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A group of Mexican women are asking men to pledge not to speak at events with no female speakers.
Dolly Parton pledges to donate $1,000 a month to victims of wildfires in her Tennessee hometown.
In 1988 around 140 countries took part in the first World Aids Day to raise awareness of the epidemic
Norway's Magnus Carlsen beats Russia's Sergey Karjakin to win World Chess Championship for the third time.
James Reynolds reports on the reform referendum that threatens to dump the prime minister who called it.
Pakistan says Trump piled extravagant praise on "amazing" Pakistan, but his team has a sober take.
Colombia's Congress approves a peace deal to end the 50-year conflict with the Farc rebels.
The rapper is back home with wife Kim Kardashian after leaving hospital, according to US media reports.
Tens of thousands of fans gathered at the Medellin stadium in Colombia, and at Chapecoense's home ground in Chapeco, Brazil, to pay tribute to those killed in Medellin.
The brother of a man who has been legally allowed to end his life in the Netherlands because he was an alcoholic has been talking about the day he died.
Squirrels at China’s top tourist spots are putting on weight and have triggered much online humour..
China introduces an additional 10% tax on "super cars", including Ferrari and Rolls-Royce.
Residents of Yemen's third city of Taiz tell the BBC they live in fear of snipers, shells and landmines.
Australian students cheaply recreate a life-saving drug that was famously hiked in price last year.
Abseiling activists criticise Australia's asylum policies in a second day of protests at parliament.
The plane carrying footballers which crashed in Colombia ran out of fuel, a leaked tape reveals.
Photographer Ed Gold's images from the remote community of Galena in Alaska, USA.
A list of business holdings that could force Trump to choose between US interest and his bottom line
A million people took China's civil service exam. One woman is on her sixth attempt.