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Celebrating India's beloved cartoonist Mario Miranda
Panama has agreed to transfer a further 3,800 Cubans hoping to reach the United States to a town in northern Mexico.
Young refugees from Afghanistan and Syria have fled war to find a new life in Germany.
The cave divers who risked all to fetch their friends' bodies
The MP from Fort McMurray, a Canadian city devastated by a huge wildfire, tells the BBC about 20% of homes there have been destroyed.
Bolivia's president accuses Chile of threatening his country by building a military base near their common border, but Chile denies it exists.
Protesters in Greece hurl petrol bombs at police who respond with tear gas as MPs prepare to vote on more austerity measures.
The North Korean leader Kim Jong-un says the country's nuclear weapons will not be used unless its sovereignty is threatened.
A huge wildfire in the Canadian province of Alberta grew "much more slowly" than expected yesterday, officials say, as much-disrupted evacuations are finished.
Prince Harry has criticised intrusion into his private life ahead of the opening of the Invictus Games in Florida on Sunday.
Thousands of people have take advantage of a move by the authorities in Paris to close the famous Champs Elysees thoroughfare to traffic.
Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull has called the country's election several months early, after the country's upper house repeatedly blocked legislation.
Rescue teams in China are searching for 33 construction workers whose dormitory was engulfed by a landslide after torrential rain.
A brawl at a wheelchair basketball match in Germany between rival Turkish supporters leaves seven fans needing treatment in hospital.
Presumptive US Republican nominee Donald Trump says taxes for rich people may have to go up - an apparent reversal of his stated policy.
Three Spanish journalists who were kidnapped in Syria last year have returned home to a rapturous reception from friends and family.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu issues a stern public rebuke to the military deputy chief of staff for remarks about Israel and Nazi Germany.