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Om Emad is just one of over three million Yemenis who have been displaced from their homes since war broke out.
Killer whale Takara was already pregnant when the end of the breeding programme was announced.
The state Supreme Court paves the way for Ledell Lee to be the first person executed there in 12 years.
The nominations of the pair for president means a showdown between bitterly divided political camps.
Stem subjects - science, technology, engineering, maths - have an image problem. But not in Russia.
The former Flamengo player was released in February after serving less than a third of his sentence.
Whether young people move out is 'tied to economic security' but expectations are changing too.
The US president reacts to the fatal shooting of a police officer in central Paris.
An anti-terrorist investigation is launched after a policeman and a suspected gunman are killed.
Police clear the Champs Elysees in Paris following a shooting in the area.
Police fire tear gas at demonstrators during the second day of violent protests in the capital, Caracas.
Marine Le Pen of the far right say she wants to "give back to the French the keys of the house".
Lawyers representing the religious group reject the ruling and say they will appeal against it.
Moustafa has suffered a great deal - but wait until you see his approach to recovery.
Tad Cummins and his student, Elizabeth Thomas, have been missing since 13 March.
Syrian photographer Abd Alkader Habak put down his camera after a car bomb blast outside Aleppo.
The BBC's John Sudworth gets up close to "the most totalitarian of regimes ever established"
What's made this river in Canada disappear? Geoscientist Daniel Shugar explains.
The remains of a South African hunter are found inside a Nile crocodile, an investigator says.
France may have a high standard of living but there are some persistent economic problems that will prove a challenge to whoever becomes the next president.