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At least seven people died after an electric cable fell on fans in Nigeria, police say.
The election takes place on 23 April. Here's a look at the five main candidates.
A gay man who fled Chechnya after being allegedly tortured tells the BBC he can never go back.
A quick guide to the French presidential election - said to be the least predictable in decades.
President Paul Biya's order comes three months after the internet was cut off in Anglophone regions.
A group of men cooked and ate the toads thinking they were edible bullfrogs, police say.
Further clashes have erupted between Venezuelan riot police and opponents of President Maduro.
He was the lead singer of 70s soul band Main Ingredient, and father to the Oscar-winning actor.
Investigation is designed to stop countries from exporting artificially cheap steel to the US.
Juicero ridiculed after it emerges sachets of ingredients can be squeezed just as easily by hand.
Investigators believe the 28-year-old wanted to make money from falling share prices for the team.
He was delivering semen from Bangkok to a fertility clinic in Laos, say Thai authorities.
Scientists have now conducted drift modelling of a real Boeing 777 wing part, instead of a replica.
Eman Abd El Aty's was unable to leave her home for 25 years and weighed 500kg.
The gunman who killed a policeman had earlier been seen as a potential Islamist radical, media say.
An off-duty policewoman inadvertently flew to Taiwan carrying a gun, undetected by airport security.
Some Model X and Model S vehicles are affected, but there have been no reports of accidents.
YouTube is launching a new campaign to tackle internet safety and issues around fake news.
The Wikileaks founder has been granted asylum by Ecuador in London so is beyond the reach of the US.
Smart bus stops and virtual hospitals are all part of Singapore's smart plans but what do citizens think?