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Photographs taken by BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen as he takes a journey through eastern Aleppo's largely deserted streets.
A language expert explains why the African country is called The Gambia and not Gambia.
Why are the numbers of courgettes being exported to northern Europe from Italy and Spain falling?
Malaysia's prime minister says the Rohingya crisis is no longer Myanmar's internal affair.
The man behind a parody Twitter account wants people to unfollow the real Donald Trump and swap to him instead.
Rescuers battled overnight to reach the Rigopiano hotel, with the first of them arriving on skis.
The bus collided with a truck in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.
Webcams have caught the dramatic eruption of Mexico's Colima volcano, which has seen an increase in activity since October.
Ana-Alecia Ayala, who has died from cancer, inspired millions by dancing on camera in hospital.
A girl, who was kidnapped as a baby 18 years ago, has defended the woman who took her from a Florida hospital.
Yahya Jammeh refuses to step aside for Adama Barrow as regional troops mass at the border.
Jonathan Schwartz admits stealing over $7m from the singer and other celebrities, prosecutors say.
A judge rules there is not enough evidence to justify arresting Lee Jae-yong for corruption.
Mike Baird, the leader of New South Wales, has announced he is quitting politics.
The iconic brand of salty yeast spread is bought by Bega Cheese from US giant Mondelez in $A460m deal
The man suspected of killing 39 people on New Year's Eve says the venue was not his initial target.
Isidro Baldenegro, a Mexican indigenous leader, had been receiving death threats when he died.
A campaign to reinstate an Australia Day billboard showing two girls in hijabs is "overwhelmed" with donations.
The president defends his commutation of Chelsea Manning's sentence, at his final news conference.
Donald Trump's mother Mary Anne MacLeod grew up on the Hebridean island of Lewis.