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Greece says it is hopeful of a deal to receive the next instalment of its bailout loan, but eurozone countries still require more steps.
John Sudworth reports on the North Korean Congress - and his colleagues' expulsion from the country.
A ceasefire in place since last week in the Syrian city of Aleppo has been extended until midnight on Wednesday, Syrian state TV says.
Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann resigns amid party criticism over the far right's victory in the first round of presidential elections.
The battle to contain the wildfires in west-central Canada has reached a turning point, thanks in part to drizzle and favourable winds, say officials.
The Solar System's smallest planet has made one of its irregular passes between the Earth and Sun.
Reg Grundy, the television producer behind the Australian soap opera Neighbours, has died aged 92.
North Carolina is suing the US Department of Justice over its attempts to bar the state from upholding its anti-LGBT "bathroom bill".
The different institutions, how they work and what they control
Thousands march for WW2 relatives
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, who since 2012 has been seeking refuge at Ecuador's embassy in London, gains a new companion - a pet kitten.
Turning the dream into reality
Former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson believes the rise of Chinese football can bring them a World Cup win within 20 years.
Bookshop owners thought priceless journal was worth $20
A deal is reportedly reached to end a mutiny by hundreds of mostly political detainees at a prison in Syria, although ministers deny any disorder.
A white South African judge is strongly condemned for purportedly saying on social media that rape was part of the culture of black men.
The deputy speaker of parliament in France quits after allegations of sexual harassment were made against him by colleagues.
A British man has described the imprisonment of his wife by Iran's Revolutionary Guard as "outrageous and arbitrary".
Baidu must reduce the number of paid-for adverts in its search results, Chinese regulators say, following controversy over the death of a student.
Russian armed forces units parade in Moscow, marking the 71st anniversary of the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany.