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The UK is to send about 30 soldiers to join the Nato force in Kosovo next year, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon says.
Shut for more than two years because of intense fighting, the University of Benghazi in Libya opens its doors for the graduation of its students.
An 1846 short story about a horrific revenge is perhaps the unlikeliest social media trend of the moment.
The Netflix drama, Narcos, about the infamous Colombian drug trafficker Pablo Escobar, cites a shocking statistic on the human cost of the drugs trade. But is it true?
Venezuelan government opponents marched through Caracas after officials blocked their attempts to hold a referendum.
Tattoo parlour boss and cosmetics entrepreneur Kat Von D shares her CEO Secrets.
BBC Newsnight's Gabriel Gatehouse reports from Youngstown, Ohio on the appeal of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
French police clash with migrants outside the port of Calais at the camp known as the Jungle, which is scheduled to be closed on Monday.
Heavy clashes are reported in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo soon after a three-day ceasefire ended late on Saturday.
A key which opened a life jacket locker on the Titanic sells for £85,000.
Donald Trump outlines what he would do in his first 100 days if became president, including moves to start deporting up to two million people.
The number of people killed in a train crash in Cameroon on Friday rises to 70, with 600 injured.
A tiny hamster born without any fur in the US state of Oregon gets a custom-made sweater to stay warm this winter.
Hackers used internet-connected home devices, such as printers and web cameras, to attack popular websites on Friday, security analysts say.
Hundreds of people in Iraq are treated for the effects of toxic gases after a sulphur plant is set alight in fighting with IS militants.
Twenty-six men held hostage by Somali pirates for nearly five years have been released, international mediators say.
The first woman to ascend Everest, Japanese climber Junko Tabei, dies aged 77, her family say.
Bob Dylan's failure to acknowledge his Nobel Prize in literature is "impolite and arrogant", according to a member of the body that awards it.
The EU Parliament president says he is optimistic that a trade deal between the EU and Canada can be signed despite last-minute obstacles.
A Russian helicopter carrying 22 people crashes in north-western Siberia, killing at least 19 people, officials say.