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Multinational companies are paying full taxes due in Australia after a change in the law.
Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness, Northern Ireland's former deputy first minister, has died aged 66.
While campaigning for the presidency, Mr Duterte had said he would consider legalising gay marriage.
The five main contenders discuss immigration, jobs and terrorism in the first of three TV debates.
Archaeologists begin work on an innovative solution which enables them to trace precious artefacts.
Police regain control of the jail, but one of the guards rescued has died and two others are injured.
Emma-Jane Kirby tests the mood of voters in the run-up to France's presidential election.
Three years after Russia annexed Crimea the region remains in a state of flux.
The man tells an inquiry into youth detention that his requests were meant as "a joke".
BBC team travels with Iraqi forces as they close in on a mosque where IS declared a caliphate in 2014.
In urban and industrialised South Korea, are family-run corner stores running out of time?
Narges Kalbasi Ashtari is barred from leaving India amid a court battle over the death of a child.
The former military leader has his own show - but what do Pakistanis think?
The exacting editor of the high-brow magazine was a legend on the New York literary scene.
Russian officials say a base in northern Syria is for reconciliation - not military - purposes.
FBI Director Comey told Congress what the FBI has learned about Russia's intervention in the US election.
A shirt worn by the New England Patriots' Tom Brady during Super Bowl is found in Mexico after an investigation involving the FBI.
Brazilian police have accused top meat producers of selling unsafe produce and bribing health inspectors.
Director Comey says the probe into last year's US election would assess if crimes were committed.
Trump nominee Neil Gorsuch vows he will not be a politician, but politics dominate the hearing.