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The pilot of a Belgian F-16 jet is stuck on a high-voltage line after ejecting from their plane.
Canada's PM says he deeply regrets wearing skin-darkening make-up at an Arabian Nights-themed gala.
The US company's president warns of a "digital iron curtain down the Pacific Ocean".
Some posts will now be hidden from under-18s while "miraculous" remedy posts will be banned.
The PM appeals to his rival Benny Gantz after no clear winner emerges from Tuesday's election.
MPs in Vienna deal a blow to a landmark agreement which cannot pass without all EU states backing it.
Officers may have finally solved the case which sparked South Korea's largest-ever investigation.
Nabil Karoui has reached the second round in the country's dramatic presidential election.
The attack came as reports emerged that an air strike killed a group of villagers in the east.
The Finnish PM says EU leaders need written proposals by the end of September.
Prosecutors say the American Airlines worker has a brother in IS and had IS material on his phone.
Centre Henry Slade says his bond with midfield partner Manu Tuilagi can fire England to World Cup success.
The parents of children killed at Sandy Hook have put out a graphic video about mass shootings.
It was the only criminal case to arise out of the world's worst nuclear disaster since Chernobyl.
More than 80 people from the region are being held at a jail in northern India.
Former England scrum-half Matt Dawson answers five key questions as the start of the Rugby World Cup in Japan looms.
A blast propelled a metal tank into the air during a fire at a facility in Istanbul.
The UK's fashion industry is worth £32bn, so here's what it thinks about Brexit.
Kenya's motorbike ambulances are saving the lives and limbs of people bitten by snakes
Controversy over a ship in New Zealand shows how tensions remain over national identity.
Fears that Taiwan will also one day face Chinese control has rallied people to support protesters.
Asian street fashion is growing in popularity around the world, helped by fashion bloggers and social media.
Turkey's recent history has been an extraordinary and violent drama, the BBC's Mark Lowen writes.
The sole survivor of a massacre of women and children from a Kurdish village in 1988 now wants justice.
The use of cheats is a major problem in video games and it’s becoming increasingly lucrative as esports take off. We meet a teenage hacker’s making thousands.
Bournemouth mum Gemma Ruegg has won a regional title 10 weeks after giving birth to her daughter.
Authorities have tried to clamp down on the fires causing the annual haze - so why is it still happening?
Ferrero, the maker of Nutella, buys a third of Turkey's hazelnuts. But some Turkish nuts have been picked by children
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he never doubted Fernandinho would be comfortable playing in a back four.
Harry Kane says Tottenham have not learned from their mistakes after they throw away a 2-0 lead against Olympiakos in the Champions League.
Activist Greta Thunberg spars with US lawmaker on climate change at a Congressional hearing.
The BBC enters Taliban-controlled territory in Faryab province to meet those civilians most at risk.
At the age of 11, Tom Gregory became the youngest person ever to swim the English Channel.