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Thirty-five of the women accusing Bill Cosby of rape or sexual assault are interviewed and photographed for the front cover of New York Magazine.
At least 20 people are killed and 10 wounded in a gunfight at a wedding party in Baghlan province in northern Afghanistan, local officials say.
Shares in China record their biggest one-day fall for more than eight years after weak data raises concerns about the health of economy.
Farmers south of the Iraqi capital Baghdad are struggling to grow crops in a region that's been without water for over a year.
French farmers stop lorries importing farm produce from Germany and Spain, in a border protest over alleged unfair price competition.
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The work of 20th Century artists dominates next year's programme at Tate with exhibitions including US artists Georgia O'Keeffe and Robert Rauschenberg and war artist Paul Nash.
Russia will strengthen its naval forces in the Arctic and Atlantic as a response to Nato activities close to Russia's borders, the Kremlin says.
Turkey says it has no plans to send ground troops into Syria to fight the Islamic State (IS) group, as it continues air strikes on IS positions.
Chimelong Safari Park in south China's Guangdong province is preparing to hold a birthday party for the world's only surviving giant panda triplets.
A woman dies after falling into an escalator in a shopping centre in China, after pushing her toddler to safety, Chinese media report.
Ant-Man has continued its dominance at the top of the US box office, beating off a challenge by the critically mauled Pixels.
The internet revolution has all but passed Cuba by and the country is one of the least connected in the world.
A passenger train in Kent is derailed when it hits cows that had wandered on to the line.
A man shot dead in a "targeted attack" at a house in Salford is understood to have been local businessman and former mayoral candidate Paul Massey.
George Osborne is making the first of a series of trips to key EU capitals, as the government bids to renegotiate the UK's relationship with the union.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal says he plans to keep a promise to his wife by leaving at the end of his contract.
Fantasy comedy Monster Hunt has become the highest-grossing domestic film in China, according to local media.
Irish airline Ryanair reports a 25% rise in quarterly profits and says its full-year results will be at the top end of forecasts.
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