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Adverts for Fast and Furious 8 and Stranger Things' second series entertain Super Bowl viewers.
The rise includes a ten-fold increase in casualties from attacks linked to Islamic State militants.
Lawyers for two US states argue against removing a legal block on President Trump's travel ban.
Up to 500,000 protesters shone torches on their phones at an anti-corruption rally in the capital Bucharest, lighting up Victory Square.
The BBC's Tom Burridge visits a shop in Avdiivka, on the front line of the Ukraine-Russia conflict, which remains open despite fierce fighting.
Warning messages urging printer owners to beef up security are left on insecure devices.
Sister Monica and Siervas are a Peruvian-based rock'n'roll band comprised entirely of nuns.
Concerns about the health of Nigeria's president increase as he extends his medical leave in the UK.
The tapes, once damaged by water, contain recordings of concerts in London and Paris in the 1970s.
President Trump is just one of the sculptures carved out of snow and ice featured in the annual Sapporo snow festival.
Despite the upgrade, the carmaker's profits will still be considerably less than a year earlier.
The diplomat was killed by a security guard at the Karachi consulate, but the motive is unclear.
Catalan ex-president Artur Mas is tried over the Spanish region's unofficial 2014 independence vote.
Almost 4,500 people claim to have been victims between 1980 and 2015.