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How do countries around the world view the US election? What's at stake for them? We take a look at the view from Germany.
Fr Vincenzo Taraborelli is one of Rome's busiest exorcists, but aged 79 he says it is becoming very difficult to find younger recruits.
How online chats with an American YouTuber have got one Saudi teenager in trouble.
Learning to navigate Mexico City's urban jungle in a wheelchair.
Defence correspondent Jonathan Beale is with Iraqi army forces on the road to Mosul.
An Iraqi operation to recapture the city of Mosul, the last major stronghold of so-called Islamic State in the country, is under way.
The State Department denies one of its officials pressured the FBI to change the classification of a Hillary Clinton email in a "quid pro quo".
People have been celebrating the release of 21 Nigerian schoolgirls kidnapped by Islamist militants in the town of Chibok who have now been reunited with their families.
Caroline Hawley explains why the battle to retake Iraq's second city, Mosul, from so-called Islamic State, is so important.
Mladen Grujicic, accused of refusing to recognise the murders of thousands of Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica as genocide, is elected the town's first Serb mayor since 1999.
Russia says it will enact an eight-hour "humanitarian pause" in its air strikes on Aleppo on Thursday to allow civilians and rebels to leave.
A Humpback whale calf got stuck in shark nets off the Gold Coast in Australia.
Eight inmates die in clashes between rival gangs at a prison in the north-western Brazilian state of Rondonia, just hours after 10 prisoners died in Roraima state.
Natwest bank is to close all accounts in the UK belonging to Russian state-run broadcaster RT, formerly Russia Today, a move denounced by the network.
Friends and relatives of a missing American man are concerned because his Facebook page has become active, but they have not seen him for more than a month.
Austria's government is to demolish the house where Adolf Hitler was born in 1889 in a bid to stop it becoming a pilgrimage site for neo-Nazis.
Petition against song said to incite crime against Chinese Americans gets enough signatures to obligate White House to respond.
Iraqi troops and their Kurdish allies seize territory as they move to retake Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city and a major IS stronghold.
Ethiopia's government has issued a list of the restrictions under the six-month state of emergency that was announced last week.
Protesters gather at Cologne Cathedral after reports of a ban on street performers blowing bubbles.