Indonesian woman Siti Aisyah is interviewed over the death of the North Korean leader's half-brother.
White House correspondents' body "protests strongly" as BBC, CNN and others excluded.
The killing of an Indian man is dominating news in his home country, amid reports it was a race crime.
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A militant group says it was behind attacks by gunmen and suicide bombers on two security bases.
Mexico says it would retaliate if the US imposed a tax on imports to finance the wall.
The simple up-and-down motion of hand pumps could help scientists secure a key water source for 200 million people in Africa.
The UN’s new climate chief says she is confident, despite concerns about President Trump's policies.
A semi-submersible ship carrying an oil platform is going from Shengsi County in China to the North Sea Oil Field in the UK.
The army had vowed to block the group's activities in order to "defend human life".
Islamic State militants have warned of more attacks on Egypt's Christian minority.
Edinho, a former professional goalkeeper, was convicted of money laundering and drug trafficking.
The squirrel is recovering after being found "with a bloody nose, freezing cold and covered in lice".
Kansas widow demands answers after a shooting that the FBI is investigating as a possible hate crime.
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Syrian artist uses stones to create real-life situations from the conflict in his country
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Ian Grillot was shot when he confronted the gunman reportedly yelling racial slurs at two Indians.
Bees can be trained to score goals using a tiny ball, according to research in the journal Science.
All the markings of a John Le Carre novel: a world leader's brother, an international airport and a deadly nerve agent.
The BBC takes a closer look at the three men, two of them Indian nationals, shot in a bar in Kansas.
A leading US political scientists thinks Donald Trump is president because his name came first on the ballot in some critical swing states.
Marching Powder was a best-selling book among backpackers in South America, but what happened next?
The Islamic State group spread to Afghanistan two years ago. How big a threat does it pose?
One of the world's biggest football clubs, Barcelona is taking its skills to Nigeria.
Cocoa farmers in Ivory Coast face a collapse in prices and tell the BBC they are not being paid for their crop
Injury-hit Scotland will attempt to end a decade-long winless streak against Wales as the Six Nations resumes this weekend.
British Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold holds her nerve to finish third at the Skeleton World Championships in Germany.
Kyle Edmund loses to Milos Raonic in the Delray Beach Open quarter-finals to miss out on his first win over a top-10 player.
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Things have moved on from the #OscarsSoWhite controversy - on the surface at least.
Hollywood's celebrities are in a final whirl of pre-Oscars parties, awards, dinners - and protests.
Angels Costumes has helped win 36 Oscars over the years. The Victoria Derbyshire programme has been to visit its vast archive of clothes.
Martha Ruiz counts the Oscars votes and talks about the measures she takes to keep the results safe.
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The Oscar-nominated actress was speaking after she was awarded her OBE by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.