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A new book documents nine women survivors of tuberculosis, India's most severe health crisis.
When Jenna Cook returned from the US to China to search for her birth family, more than 50 candidates came forward - but were any of them a match?
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
A weekly quiz of the news, 7 days 7 questions.
The BBC examines the unusual photo of Kim Jong-un giving piggyback to a military officer.
Lyse Doucet finds the trail of destruction left by Islamic State militants in Palmyra extends beyond the ancient Syrian city's famous ruins.
Daniel Friedman, a critic of the two-state solution, is approved by the Republican-led US Senate.
Russian TV says the offer to allow Julia Samoilova to perform in Ukraine via satellite link is "strange".
Jean-Yves Le Drian is criticised by his Socialist party voicing support for the centrist candidate.
Repealing and replacing Obamacare was a major plank of Donald Trump's election campaign.
An aid group finds two capsized boats capable of carrying 100 migrants each, and only five bodies.
School officials say the "difficult" decision was made over uncertainty surrounding the travel ban.
The German football legend denies wrongdoing in a Swiss inquiry into the 2006 World Cup bid.
Democrats question whether an inquiry into Russia's alleged meddling can proceed objectively.
A man is arrested in the Belgian city of Antwerp on suspicion of driving at a crowd, police say.
President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch faces a bruising filibuster in the Senate.
The former president is facing charges of financial mismanagement during her time in office.
A woman from Durham, North Carolina has appealed online after her dress was mistakenly sold for $25.
The 28-year-old future president wrote about the dictator after touring his mountain retreat.
The Taliban's capture of the crucial southern Afghan city of Sangin is highly significant.