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Indonesian authorities seize the frozen bodies of more than 650 critically endangered pangolins and arrest a man.
As hopes fade of finding more survivors of the devastating 6.2-magnitude earthquake that hit central Italy, details emerge of the dead.
The evacuation of the Damascus suburb of Darayya begins after a deal between the Syrian government and rebel fighters to end four years of siege.
Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper resigns his seat in Parliament and departs from the Canadian political stage after more than 20 years.
A car bomb claimed by Kurdish militants hits a police checkpoint in Cizre, south-east Turkey, killing 11 policemen and wounding 78.
Government hopes more fertility treatment funding will bring about a baby boom.
Civilians and rebel fighters are expected to begin evacuating from the Syrian town of Darayya under a deal to end a government siege begun in 2012.
The BBC witnesses a prison raid in one of Manila's biggest jails - the latest offensive in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.
Firefighters are called out to rescue a 20-year-old man after he climbs into public toilet to retrieve a friend's phone.
The vice chairman of South Korea's Lotte conglomerate is found dead just hours before being questioned over corruption allegations.
South African state prosecutors fail in their bid to challenge the six-year sentence for murder handed down to Oscar Pistorius.
Millions of old Swedish banknotes are still in circulation despite a looming deadline to deposit them.
Boys from an Argentine German school are being made to visit a Holocaust museum after a brawl with Jewish students over Nazi symbols.
The lone Zambian voice trying to trying to raise awareness about the dangers of prostate cancer.
A judge criticised for giving a short jail term to a Stanford University student over sexual assault is to stop hearing criminal cases.
Brazil police charge US swimmer Ryan Lochte with making a false statement about being robbed at gunpoint during the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.
The world's second most populous nation sent more than a hundred athletes to the Games but only two of them won medals, a silver and a bronze.
A Czech hiker who went missing a month ago in the snowy mountains of New Zealand describes the "harrowing" 30-day ordeal in which her partner died.
Czech hiker, Pavlina Pizova, who went missing a month ago in the snowy mountains of New Zealand has described the "harrowing" ordeal in which her partner died.
An Australian footballer calls for better race education, saying a controversial photo of a boy in blackface as a tribute to him "hurts my heart".