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A minute's silence has been observed, a week after the eruption that killed at least 16 people.
The Swedish star, 29, has been involved in accusations of racism and anti-Semitism in recent years.
Riot police use tear gas and water cannon as anti-government protests continue in Lebanon.
A video which showed the man berating his Aboriginal neighbour has caused outrage in Australia.
The Duchess of Cambridge says her son spoke after recognising the face of the TV cook on a book.
Their first job will be to vote on the EU withdrawal bill that the PM wants to bring back before Christmas.
Food systems are behind poor growth and over-eating in many low-income countries, a report says.
DJ Elle Dee shares her story of meeting con woman Anna Delvey on the New York party scene.
A new BBC drama tells the story of a 12-year-old boy on trial for murder, who was tried as an adult.
BBC Africa Eye uncovered an illegal network that lures women to India from Africa for sex work.
Nick Mowbray went from sleeping on the factory floor to leading a multi-million dollar toy firm.
How ordinary Russian have taken to appealing directly to Vladimir Putin to solve their problems.
The Eritrean-American comedian hopes the discovery of her Jewish identity can inspire others.
Landslide debris from the collapsed Anak Krakatau volcano is imaged on the seabed for the first time.
Ben Stokes says his cricket heroics in 2019 moved his life forward after a troubled previous year.
England cricketer Ben Stokes is voted BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2019.
Karim Benzema scores a dramatic equaliser for Real Madrid against Valencia but it is not enough to take them top of La Liga.
It is believed the man shot outside a luxury hotel in Buenos Aires was 50-year-old Matthew Gibbard.
Kevin de Bruyne scores twice and sets up another for Raheem Sterling as Manchester City produce a masterful display to beat Arsenal.
Exhausted delegates reach agreement on the key question of ambition with tricky issues postponed.
The law lets migrants fleeing religious persecution claim citizenship - but not if they are Muslim.
Mason Greenwood's equaliser salvages a draw for Man United against Everton to extend the Reds' unbeaten Premier League run to six games.
Cristiano Ronaldo scores twice as Juventus beat Udinese to go temporarily top of Serie A.
The teenage climate activist says the phrase has a different meaning in her first language, Swedish.
China's state broadcaster CCTV has removed Sunday's Arsenal-Manchester City game from its schedule after comments made by Gunners midfielder Mesut Ozil, state media has reported.
Karina, a Danish-French actress, was the muse of director Jean-Luc Godard.
Toni-Ann Singh was given the title on Saturday's event in ExCel London.
Captain Phatsima founded Dare to Dream, an organisation trying to get women into aviation.
Murals across the Iraqi capital show how women are taking a rare prominent role in protests.
Fly through 15 hours of election results in 10 simple stops.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "garages".
A mother whose baby got meningitis because of Group B Strep says all pregnant women should be tested.
Moey Hassan describes how "daytimers" became the big thing for South Asian teens in 1980s Bradford.
How a Cuban immigrant beset by crippling shyness and two left feet became one of pop's biggest stars.