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A list of bizarre barbs and rants by India's political leaders.
Men and women between those ages need permission from the security services to travel abroad.
The 94-year-old who has become China's latest internet sensation.
Child abuse allegations have been made against French and UN peacekeepers in the Central African Republic.
Bosnian Serbs warn that the challenge at the UN's top court would trigger a "serious crisis".
Jackie Evancho wants to "enlighten" Donald Trump about problems faced by transgender students.
Steve Bannon, Donald Trump's top adviser, says the president is "maniacally focused" on his agenda.
Mexico's foreign minister tells the top US diplomat they are worried about immigrants' rights.
The president's senior adviser was speaking at a conservative conference in Washington DC.
Government forces are now less than a mile from the western part of the jihadists' stronghold.
A Flybe flight from Edinburgh ends up leaning on its wing at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville joins Iraqi forces as they recapture Mosul airport from so-called Islamic State.
A tuna-spotting plane makes a chance sighting of two fishing boats in a remote part of the north Pacific.
The producers of 24: Legacy say footage of the 2013 Nairobi attack will be cut from all broadcasts.
Police are investigating the cause of the blast, which ripped through a shopping area.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says the US is "not experiencing the best of times".
Turkish-backed forces besieging the town of al-Bab have reached the centre, Turkey says.
Bar "lockouts" have helped reduce violence, but critics say they have created new dangers.
More fruit and veg might prevent nearly eight million premature deaths each year, researchers say.
Mr Rato and 64 other bankers were accused of misusing corporate credit cards at Spain's two banks.