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New research shows promising results for cutting the risk of women bleeding to death in childbirth.
The BBC's Auliya Atrafi finds out if a massive bomb dropped on Afghanistan had any effect on IS.
Mauda Kyitaragabirwe was abandoned on Uganda's 'Punishment Island' for getting pregnant out of wedlock. The BBC's Patience Atuhaire went to meet her.
There's a shortage of women in the Faroe Islands. So men are increasingly seeking wives from Thailand and the Philippines.
The polls give centrist Emmanuel Macron a 20-point lead, so can Marine Le Pen emerge victorious?
Trump's election was a celebration for some, a calamity for others. What's the state of the nation now?
Gay couples can't get married under Australian law, but hundreds of gay weddings have taken place since 2014 using British law, with the help of the British High Commission.
From giving staff a week's paid leave to look after their new dog, to the firm that pays towards its employees' weddings.
Liang Sheng Yueh is recovering in a Kathmandu hospital, but his girlfriend died on the mountainside.
The World Health Organisation says more than 10,000 human organs are sold illegally every year.
Isaac and Teresa Vatkin died touching hands in two hospital beds placed side by side, relatives say.
Tom voted Trump, Gretchen for Clinton, and they got married after the election.
A study that claims humans reached the Americas 130,000 years ago, much earlier than previously suggested, has run into controversy.
Aerial images show large areas of acid-stained ground in a region pegged for massive investment.
Analysts say the plan will add trillions to the deficit but the US government says growth will fund it.
A US missile defence system in South Korea 'will defeat North Korean threat', says a top commander.
It came at the start of a programme to cut the number of Burmese pythons in Florida's Everglades.
The officers arrived an hour after her death certificate was signed and saw movement in her stomach.
The scale of the damage done by IS militants to the site - featured in The Exorcist - is not clear.
Falco, Toto, Mia and Mautzi were born a month ago at the White Zoo in Austria.