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A student becomes the first in Harvard's history to submit a hip-hop album as his senior thesis.
The pair are detained on the 75th day of their protest, as 221 alleged coup plotters go on trial.
The "inconsistent" rules used to judge and censor content on Facebook are exposed, claim insiders.
Critics hail the return of David Lynch's cult TV series - though how many know what's going on?
Anshu Jamsenpa scaled Everest twice in five days, thought to be the fastest dual ascent by a woman.
The change comes as Ford faces weak sales, declining profits and major cuts to its global workforce.
Almost 250 people have died of the disease this month alone, says Save the Children.
The arrests will be seen as a sign of a growing hostility towards homosexuality in Indonesia.
Billionaire Andrew Forrest and his wife, Nicola, will give A$400m (£229m; $298m) to charity.
A look back at some of the contentious moments during the US president's trip to Saudi Arabia.
The staff shake-up marks the biggest round of cuts in two decades.
The owner thought the £10 ring with and "exceptionally sized" stone was a costume jewel.
Government officials say rebels have left the last district they controlled in the central city.
Wang Quanzhang's disappearance may be due to his "refusal to compromise"
Relatives of two hostages killed in a cafe in 2014 say authorities' tactics were "outrageous".
Feelings are heightened in South Africa over the safety of women, writes the BBC's Nomsa Maseko following a series of violent attacks against women.
With the opposition and the government at loggerheads, the crisis in Venezuela looks set to get worse.
The Scandinavians triumphed in a dramatic penalty shootout, dethroning last year's winners.
The US president will meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders as he explores a Middle East peace push.
After 146 years, the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus holds its final show in New York.