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The SpaceX Dragon capsule returns to Earth after its mission to the International Space Station.
A draft law criminalising all abortions will be voted on next week. Angola has one of the world's worst health care systems.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist spent decades chronicling New York life.
The winner of the Global Teacher Prize speaks of the problem of youth suicide among Inuits.
Martin Schulz decries the "racist" rhetoric of Donald Trump as he is confirmed as SPD candidate.
A Congress chief says there is no evidence so far of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
The staffer was asked to leave after the US embassy refused to allow police to question him.
BBC Music reporter Mark Savage looks at the late rock 'n' roll legend's most influential songs.
The military responds with air strikes following rebel artillery and rocket attacks, witnesses say.
A merger between top French sides Racing 92 and Stade Francais has been called off, says Racing president Jacky Lorenzetti.
Bruce Springsteen calls him the "greatest pure rock 'n 'roll writer who ever lived" as many pay tribute.
The gunman told his father he had "screwed up" with a gendarme before going on to the airport.
Bangladesh become the fourth team in cricket history to win their 100th Test as they record a four-wicket win over Sri Lanka.
The marine engineer has been turned down more than 40 times and went to court to change his name.
Vibrations allow deaf children in the Dominican Republic to "hear" whale song.
A driver is in custody after approaching a White House checkpoint.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson tells President Xi Jinping the US wants better ties with China.
Mark Lowen spends an afternoon in Sakarya, the Turkish president's heartland.
The gunman shouted he wanted to "die for Allah" before attacking soldiers who shot him dead.
The Afghan capital was rocked by a brutal militant attack last week on the city's military hospital.