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How can more women break through India's glass ceiling to take on senior and board level roles?
Some Thais have decided to get tattooed to mark the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej. A BBC photographer visits two tattoo parlours in Bangkok.
Iraqi soldiers, Kurdish fighters and Shia militiamen continue an offensive to retake Mosul from so-called Islamic State (IS).
British bank NatWest denies reports it closed the UK accounts of RT, Russian state television's flagship international channel.
South Sudan's sacked Vice-President Riek Machar no longer has a role to play as a political leader in the country, the presidency says.
There has been fierce fighting near the Somali capital Mogadishu after fighters from the militant group al-Shabab overran a key town.
The EU warns of jihadists returning to Europe if Iraqi forces succeed in driving the Islamic State group out of its stronghold in the city of Mosul.
Syria's Asma al-Assad says she rejected an offer to escape the war with her children because it was an attempt to undermine her husband, Bashaar.
Bruce Springsteen has told the BBC's Will Gompertz that he thinks Donald Trump is a conman.
Women in 15 cities across the US have gathered at Trump buildings to protest against the presidential candidate.
Lina Alvarez has given birth at the age of 62. She spoke to waiting reporters outside the hospital in Lugo, Spain.
A new documentary series showing corrupt Communist Party officials making confessions is proving a hit in China.
At least 16 people are killed in a row over a disputed levy on the sale of caterpillars in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
TV viewers across Europe take part in a German interactive courtroom drama centred on a fictional act of terror.
A Thai minister urges people to "socially sanction" those accused of insulting the monarchy, after the death of King Bhumibol Adulyadej.
A Pennsylvania town leader bows to pressure to quit, four months after he compared the Obama family to orangutans in a Facebook post.
US rock and roll star Chuck Berry marks his 90th birthday by announcing his first new album in 38 years.
A Russian aircraft-carrier leads a powerful flotilla past the Norwegian coast, heading for the UK and finally Syria.
An Australian newspaper column complaining about young people eating $22 servings of avocado toast when they could be saving for a house has divided Australia.
Milk from Tasmanian devils could offer up a useful weapon against antibiotic-resistant superbugs, according to Australian researchers.