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Victim's father calls sentence a "joke" in a case which split opinion in Israel on the use of force.
Azerbaijan's authoritarian President Aliyev appoints his wife Mehriban as first vice-president.
Four US citizens and an Australian pilot died when their light aircraft came down on a shopping centre.
Iraqi troops now have direct sight of western Mosul, the last area of the city under IS control.
A 24-year-old second lieutenant tells the BBC how she became Zambia's first female fighter pilot.
At least five other people are also killed in Charsadda in the latest suicide attack to hit Pakistan.
A man had an extraordinary escape when a car crashed through a shop window in New York.
AfD leader Frauke Petry meets top Russian MPs as Germany prepares for elections.
Malaysia says that no one has come forward to claim the dead North Korean despite media speculation.
The provocateur will not speak at a US conservative conference due to his comments on paedophilia.
One-off charges, including pulling out of Brazil, hit the global banking giant's annual results.
Parents say the book I Learn to Control Myself is inappropriate because it discusses masturbation.
The multi-coloured glow appeared in the late afternoon, to the delight of people in the city-state.
He forgot the words to classic songs and appeared physically unstable at concerts last weekend.
Infowars editor Paul Joseph Watson donates $2,000 to a US journalist to travel to Sweden.
The militant group uses anger at corrupt officials to recruit new members, says a new report.
Gay sex can get you arrested in Lebanon, but has a surprising ruling in a recent case changed the future for the country’s LGBT community? BBC Pop Up is in Lebanon to find out.
Recent police raids in the US have created fear and unease in many immigrant communities.
The Nobel Prize, viral videos, Beyonce's pregnancy photo... Amber Spiegel has covered them all - on cookies.
A plane carrying five people has crashed into a Melbourne shopping complex, Australian authorities say.