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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.
Born to North African parents, Rachida Dati has risen to become one of the most high profile, yet controversial, female politicians in France.
Palliative care nurse Lucy Finch talks about how witnessing an agonising death led her to set up Malawi's first hospice.
The Afghan women risking all to join the police.
Tractors are traditionally associated with men but an Indian woman is the boss of the third biggest tractor firm in the world.
As Myanmar opens up, the pace of redevelopment in Yangon is increasing - but can the city's unique architecture be preserved?
Nine-year-old kickboxing champion Tajamul Islam from Kashmir is an unlikely heroine.
A recording has emerged of the pilot of the plane carrying the Chapecoense football team talking to air traffic control in Colombia.
First Nations take British Columbia government to the Supreme Court in "Grizzly Bear Spirit" case
Wildfires rage in the US South, with the resort city of Gatlinburg, Tennessee suffering much of the damage.
The revolver used to wound French poet Arthur Rimbaud fetches over €430,000 at auction.
Police are looking for a thief who carried an 86-pound bucket of gold worth off a truck in New York.
Police say a New York man made off with a bucket filled with gold flakes valued at about $1.6m (£1.2m).
Prosecutors decide not to charge a US policeman who shot a black man in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Oil cartel Opec agrees its first supply cut in eight years, sending the price of crude surging 10%.
President-elect Donald Trump announces he is leaving "business in total" to focus on the presidency.
Donald Trump says the Ohio campus attacker, a Somali refugee, "should not have been in our country".
A UN envoy warns Aleppo could become "one giant graveyard" as Syrian state forces advance on rebels.