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Two years after what the UN calls ethnic cleansing, refugees from Myanmar mark their "genocide day".
Boris Johnson and US President Donald Trump talk Brexit over breakfast during the G7 summit in France.
Customers say they are unable to get in touch with BA, as the airline says it is fielding 40,000 calls.
In a rare acknowledgement, PM Benjamin Netanyahu says Israeli forces targeted "killer drones".
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck announces his retirement at 29 to remove himself from the "cycle of pain" caused by injuries.
Swathes of the Amazon rainforest in Brazil are burning at a record rate.
Airports must introduce 3D baggage screening before the end of 2022, the government announces.
Normal pressure hydrocephalus, which causes mobility and memory issues, can be mistaken for dementia.
Indonesia is the latest country to embark on moving its capital city. Here are some other examples.
The opposition in Zimbabwe says things are worse than under former leader Robert Mugabe - it it right?
Pakistan's cricketer-turned-PM has had success abroad but struggled at home during a tough year in office.
A report finds the US' defence strategy in the Indo-Pacific region is close to a crisis.
Instagrammer Tiffany Mitchell has been forced to deny faking a road crash for likes.
The Rescued Film Project aims to develop all the world's unprocessed camera film.
Young men from poor neighbourhoods risk their lives riding specially-adapted pushbikes down perilous mountain roads.
International brands accused of 'exploiting' workers in Japan
Six people are injured as lightning strikes hit a tree at the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta.
People who post racist abuse on social media "hide behind fake identities", says Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Coach Eddie Jones warns his England team that they are not ready to win the World Cup despite a record 57-15 win over Ireland.
Russia's Sergey Kovalev comes through an eighth-round scare to defend his world title against Britain's Anthony Yarde.
Watch highlights as England produce a dominant performance and run in eight tries as they hammer Ireland 57-15 in the World Cup warm-up match at Twickenham.
A farmer claims the plane was impounded because Tanzania's government hasn't paid him compensation.
Watch highlights as a 126-run partnership between Joe Root and Joe Denly leaves England 156-3 at the close of day three of the third Ashes Test, chasing 359 to beat Australia.
The government is accused of ignoring illegal deforestation and burning in the Amazon.
The prince says he wants to "clarify the facts" around his friendship with the late disgraced financier.
Dina Asher-Smith breaks her own British Championship record in the women's 100m with a run of 10.96 seconds.
Michael Drejka had claimed self-defence when shooting an unarmed man in a parking dispute.
"He's not even talking to Greenland - he's talking to Denmark about buying Greenland."
Doctors in Italy say that sleep deprivation therapy can help some patients with bipolar disorder.
This weekend's meeting in France brings together the heads of the world's leading economies.
Thousands flee their homes as Syrian government forces push into the opposition's last stronghold.
Thousands of people held hands to form a human chain of peaceful protest against a suspended extradition bill.
You had many questions about the fires burning through the Amazon. Here are some of the answers.
The lonely death of Han Sung-ok and her son, possibly by starvation, has South Korea asking "if only"...
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "summer streets".
Spectacular images from a new microscope spark a "revolution" in biology
The case of the teenage Khachaturyan sisters stirs Russian anger over domestic abuse.
In 1976, North Koreans killed two US officers in the DMZ over a tree, sparking a huge military gardening operation.
Who are the two grooms in these wedding photos? Filmmakers are trying to find out, 60 years later.
Eduard Pernkopf created an "atlas" of anatomy by dissecting the bodies of Nazi political prisoners.