BBC News - World
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More than half of the health facilities in Yemen are closed or partially functioning, the WHO says.
Barcelona's Brazil international footballer Neymar faces a fraud trial after judge overturns decision to dismiss charges.
India's government suspends a one-day ban on NDTV's Hindi channel amid widescale criticism of the move.
Nigeria police deploys 100 female officers to camps for displaced people, following reports of sexual abuse.
An earthquake measuring magnitude 5.0 shook central Oklahoma on Sunday, causing damage to buildings.
Ex-Georgia leader Mikheil Saakashvili quits as head of Ukraine's Odessa region, angry at corruption.
Only 8% of engineers in the UK are women. Why are efforts to get more girls to choose it as a career failing?
A crocodile, over 17 feet long, was captured in Matara, Sri Lanka. It was stuck in a canal leading off the Nilwala river.
The first woman to be US Attorney General, Janet Reno, has died in Miami, US media say.
Donald Trump says the FBI couldn't review 650,000 emails linked to Hillary Clinton in eight days - is he right?
A British labour rights campaigner flees Thailand and says there's too much pressure to work effectively there.
A pair of knickers, which once belonged to Eva Braun, have sold for nearly £3,000 at auction.
An Indian news presenter interviews mime artists to make a point about questioning those in power.
A cross-border love story has a happy ending after India's Foreign Minister gets the bride her visa.
Children lounge around at home as Spanish parents observe a strike over the amount of homework given.
A burglar in Australia is shot with a wooden bow and arrow after being confronted by a homeowner.
Donald Trump attacks the FBI after it exonerates Hillary Clinton again, as the campaign's last day looms.
Workers allowed time off to vote, but only if they pass US nationality rules.