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Around 30 people halted Australia's parliament temporarily while protesting the government's tough detention laws.
Double-amputee Heraclito Deschapelles praises Cuba's revolution for providing healthcare and education.
A "tired" fur seal is returned to the ocean after being found in a cow paddock in rural Australia.
Denis Karagodin from Siberia has spent the last five years trying to find out who executed his great-grandfather during the Stalinist purges.
Cuba has held a commemmoration in Havana in honour of its late revolutionary leader, Fidel Castro.
The Islamic State group says it inspired the student who went on a rampage at Ohio State University.
A German intelligence agency employee is held after making Islamist statements and leaking material.
The story of how a Korean man learned Instagram to show his love to his distant grandchildren.
Colombia's Senate approves a revised peace accord with the country's largest rebel group, the Farc.
Opinion is divided on Fidel Castro, so which leaders will go to the commemoration in his honour?
Australia's Dreamworld theme park, where four people died last month, will reopen before Christmas.
Is everyone included in the movement for gender equality? Has feminism been able to engage women of all races, religions, sexualities and classes? Does feminism include you? These questions were discussed at the BBC's London headquarters as part of 2016's 100 Women season and the debate will be broadcast on the BBC World Service on 1 December at 0900 GMT. Producer: Karnie Sharp.
Australian psychologist Erin Sweeny writes about how she copes with treating sex offenders.
Suzy Eises is a saxophonist from Namibia who has shared the stage with South Africa’s Jimmy Dludlu and other African artists.
Donald Trump will reportedly pick former Goldman Sachs bank executive Steve Mnuchin as US treasury secretary.
As Barbados celebrates 50 years of independence here are some facts you may not know about the island.
A 24-year-old gets millions of hits for her provocative - some say race baiting - video essays.
Why Turkey has the highest transgender murder rate in Europe.
Iraqi families fleeing Mosul are finding conditions increasingly difficult as the winter sets in. The BBC has obtained exclusive footage of an area where five infants have died.
Megan Beveridge started playing bagpipes at the age of nine.