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Experts are trying to work out exactly how a US carer has caught Zika after tending to a dying elderly man with the virus.
A TV presenter has been ridiculed on social media after justifying her view on banning Muslim migration to Australia by saying it made sense "as a mother".
A coach transporting a group of Chinese tourists to Taoyuan Airport crashes and catches fire, killing 26 people, say Taiwanese officials.
Team of 14 people aboard bulrush canoes replicate hypothetical journey of early settlers.
US election: Did Melania Trump copy Michelle Obama?
She says she feels like she is in her own "personal hell" after receiving racist messages on Twitter.
The exiled Islamic cleric accused by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of being behind a failed coup attempt has publicly defended himself.
A teenage Afghan refugee attacks passengers on a train in Germany with an axe and a knife, wounding four, before being shot dead by police.
North Korea has fired three ballistic missiles into the sea, defying international sanctions, say US and South Korean officials.
The Philippines says it rejected an offer by Beijing to hold negotiations "outside of and [in] disregard of" an international tribunal ruling that China had no legal basis for its claims to the South China Sea.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he is ready to reinstate the death penalty "if the people demand it", following the recent coup attempt.
Ten paramilitary soldiers die in a clash between security forces and Maoist rebels in India's eastern Bihar, police say.
Nigerian journalist Didi Akinyelure is the second winner of the BBC World News Komla Dumor award.
The gunman who killed dozens of people in an Orlando gay club had complained of being taunted for being Muslim while working as a guard at a courthouse, newly released documents show.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto apologises for a scandal involving his wife's purchase of a $7m house from a government contractor.
More than 100 civilian protesters have received serious eye injuries from pellet guns in Indian-administered Kashmir, Aarabu Ahmad Sultan reports.
Native cattle breeds in southern India face a fight for survival if a "bull-taming" ban is not revoked, supporters of the sport tell Swaminathan Natarajan.
Eight Turkish soldiers have gone on trial in Greece after fleeing Turkey's attempted coup - and now they are fighting extradition, as Bethany Bell reports.
In the early 60s, 13 women undertook secret tests at Nasa to see if they could become astronauts.
Why are thousands of women across South Africa are taking Aids drugs in secret.