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Buses were set on fire as a general strike turned ugly.
The US president tells National Rifle Association members he is on their team.
Buses and cars are set alight at the end of a day of protests against proposed pension reforms.
'The Hong Kong we know isn't dying. It's already dead,' says one young Hong Konger contemplating her future.
'Cardinal' Ekoumany is the President of the Ivory Coast Sapeurs. Video produced by Daniel South
The test of a North Korean ballistic missile appears to have failed, South Korean military says.
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A cashier at Jimmy John's takeaway in Kansas City, Missouri tells the BBC how he kept his astonishing cool when a robber stuck a gun in his face.
The US president said he hoped the new order would create "thousands and thousands" of jobs.
The United Nations condemns the "cruelty" of Arkansas' execution timetable.
The secretary of state called on China in particular to leverage its trade links as influence.
"It's all well and good until you start running, and then the knives come out," said Mrs Obama.
Francis is on a short visit to Egypt, where he has urged religious leaders to help end violence.
Pope Francis urged faith leaders to denounce violence following bomb attacks that killed dozens of Christians.
The Make A Film Foundation made cancer patient Anthony Conti’s dying wish come true.
Sgts Joshua Rodgers, 22, and Cameron Thomas, 23, both on their third deployment to Afghanistan.
Ilie Nastase says he will quit tennis if he is banned over the derogatory comments he made about Serena William's unborn child.
The Fori passenger ferry will now use electric power to make its river crossings.
A luxury music festival in the Bahamas is postponed after reports of cancelled flights and no security.
The stop-gap spending bill to keep the government running an extra week has passed House and Senate.