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An EU-Canada summit is cancelled because of a Belgian region's objections to a key trade deal.
A landslide hits a road north of Colombia's second-largest city, Medellin, killing six people.
The owners of Australia's Dreamworld theme park face anger from the families of four people killed on a ride.
A blunt email from Tata's ex-chairman to his former employers has made headlines. But what do you know about what he said?
The US Coast Guard suspends its search for a Chinese sailor attempting a world record Pacific crossing.
Oil fires started by IS militants as they retreated to Mosul have blighted the Iraqi town of Qayyarah, polluting the air and turning sheep black.
Embattled Deutsche Bank reports a surprise profit for the third quarter of the year.
An Australian magistrate suggests an Aboriginal boy use US rapper 50 Cent as a role model.
Police are hunting for suspects behind the poisoning of 233 swans at an Inner Mongolia lake.
Two strong earthquakes hit central Italy, damaging buildings and sending people into the streets.
A senior Australian politician apologises for using his chauffeur to transport his dogs 120km (80 miles) to his country house.
A police officer is shot dead and many people are hurt as anti-government protests are organised in cities across Venezuela.
The world's largest smartphone maker Samsung sees its operating profit plunge by 30%, pulled down by the recall of its Note 7 flagship phone.
A Chinese sailor trying to break the world record for crossing the Pacific alone goes missing near Hawaii.
In a historic first, the US abstains from a UN vote condemning its economic embargo on Cuba.
US military officials say a drone strike targeted a senior al-Qaeda leader in north eastern Afghanistan on Sunday.
Oklahoma police hunt a double murder suspect who live-streamed his escape after a shoot-out.
Orla Guerin goes inside one of Islamic State's tunnel networks on the frontline outside the northern Iraqi city Mosul.
Arab men are being targeted by blackmailers who trick them into them masturbating on webcams - then make them pay for it.
Kosovan Albanians' adulation for Bill and Hillary Clinton persists years after Nato's military intervention, finds the BBC's Guy Delauney - but is it justified?