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Swedish town's proposal would allow workers a paid hour a week to have sex.
A customer reported receiving notes marked "children's bank of India".
The BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes traces the footsteps taken by Kim Jong-nam at Kuala Lumpur airport.
The advance marks the first time troops enter an urban district in latest phase of campaign.
Many Turks abroad are thought to have backed the coup plot against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
A six-metre-long "hairy" sea creature has washed up on the shore of Dinagat Island in the Philippines and it's left people on Facebook questioning what it is.
A 10-year-old boy is treated with 12 vials of anti-venom after a bite from a deadly funnel-web spider.
A pay ruling triggers a passionate backlash about the rights of hospitality and retails workers.
Senator Leila de Lima says the charges are an attempt to silence her criticism of the drug war.
The singer will headline next year's festival instead after following advice of doctors to keep a less rigorous schedule.
With a referendum looming, 'no' seems to be becoming a difficult word to say in Turkey.
A distribution company says many of the 251 Freedom handsets it paid for have not been delivered.
The president says he wants the US to expand its nuclear arsenal, to be ''top of the pack".
Abortion is only allowed in the Central American nation when the mother's life is at risk.
A former interrogator in a Cambodian death camp tells us why he did what he did, and how he feels now.
Elizabeth Ohene considers Ghanaians' wanderlust as her compatriots join those taking risks to claim asylum abroad.
Why Social Democrat leader Martin Schulz could oust Chancellor Angela Merkel from her post.
Pro-government supporters are trying to limit the word "No" in case it influences referendum voters.
Nigel Farage claims Malmo is the rape capital of Europe.
President Trump's wall isn't a new idea- some stretches of the border already have one. But what lies beneath?