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Gulnara Karimova, daughter of the late Uzbek president, has been out of the public view since 2014.
Could Park Geun-hye become the first South Korean president to be removed from office?
The BBC travels to Nepal to ask if life as a 'living goddess' demeans or empowers girls.
Women's sexuality is a little-studied area of science and new research is revealing that much of what we thought we knew was wrong.
Nelson Mandela's granddaughter speaks about how she has turned her life around and wishes her grandfather could see her now.
As winter approaches, the struggle Native American protesters face is growing harder by the day.
In the slums of Lima, he's found a way to turn fog into water.
A year on from the devastating Chennai floods, we hear from the volunteers who kept the city afloat.
Thousands of people are spreading a false rumour about a Washington pizza restaurant and a child sex ring. But why?
How Indian company ChuChu TV animates traditional nursery rhymes for its popular YouTube channel.
In a surprise move Francois Hollande says he will not stand for a second term as French president.
Francois Hollande's decision not to stand again comes as a huge relief to France's Socialist Party.
Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn accepts Thailand's throne, 50 days after the death of his father.
President-elect Donald Trump warns companies of "consequences" if they leave the United States.
Buzz Aldrin, the second man on the Moon, is evacuated from the South Pole after falling ill.
Ban Ki-moon says he is "profoundly sorry" for the UN's role in a deadly cholera outbreak in Haiti.
Amy O'Neill talks about her $421m lottery win, shared with 20 colleagues at a Tennessee car parts factory.
The US-led coalition has admitted to killing 54 civilians in air strikes on Syria in recent months.
Australia's harsh asylum laws are supported by both main parties and are credited with reducing the number of refugees, but they are deeply controversial.
At least 1,950 Iraqi security forces personnel were killed across the country in November, the UN says.