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More than 100 soldiers were killed or wounded in the Taliban attack on an Afghan military base.
More than 100 wives and partners march after the deadly gun attack on the Champs Elysees.
A law allowing a rapist to be exonerated if he marries his victim could be repealed next month.
The BBC's Nick Garnett recalls interviewing Xavier Jugelé, the officer killed on the Champs Elysees.
Taliban fighters went through checkpoints dressed in army uniforms before attacking on Friday.
President Kenyatta admits not enough election materials were provided for his party's primaries.
Italian cyclist Michele Scarponi dies aged 37 after being involved in a collision with a van during a training ride.
The Cassini satellite puts itself on a trajectory that will take it to destruction in September.
The US agrees to accept asylum seekers under a resettlement plan previously condemned by President Trump.
Boss Oscar Munoz will no longer become company chairman after the passenger ejection incident.
Hungary's squeeze on the liberal Central European University is like Russian tactics, critics say.
Cooper sparked a major hunt after a mix-up at an airport in Canada but has been reunited with his owner.
Donald Trump says his administration has made "incredible progress". Do the facts back that up?
Unverified footage appears to show soldiers shooting dead unarmed detainees in the northern Sinai.
The US says Abdurakhmon Uzbeki is a close associate of the IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Canada's Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan was snubbed by Punjab's chief minister.
Romania's Fed Cup captain Ilie Nastase is heard making a derogatory comment about Serena Williams' unborn child.
Employees working extra hours get vouchers to help with housework such as cleaning and ironing.
Their release is said to be part of a complex deal to evacuate four besieged Syrian towns.
Donald Trump says US oil firms, including Exxon Mobil, cannot resume drilling in Russia.