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The international community must address the challenge of rehabilitating children indoctrinated by so-called Islamic State (IS), a new report says.
At least 14 people are killed in a Pakistan bombing which militants say was in revenge for the execution of a policeman turned assassin.
A former Nigerian chief of defence is charged with stealing $20m (£14m) from the air force and buying a mansion in the capital, Abuja.
Some dogs ride the waves at a surf festival on Australia's Sunshine Coast.
An international pornography ring was behind a controversial sex party that was planned for Saturday in Nairobi, Kenya's film board says.
Could the boss of Africa's top football club run a country?
A man is killed after arguing with a friend over whether Lionel Messi is a better footballer than Cristiano Ronaldo.
The BBC's Maud Jullien meets Moise Katumbi - football team president and former Katanga governor who hopes to become DRC president.
A gunman who engaged police in an hours-long standoff at a Sydney factory has shot himself dead, say authorities.
Rami is a tattoo artist from Iran, and he recently turned 21, spending his birthday in a refugee camp on the island of Lesbos.
Bernie Sanders beats Hillary Clinton in the Maine caucuses, the latest contest in the battle to be the Democratic presidential candidate.
North Korea renews its nuclear threats against South Korea and the US as they begin their largest ever joint military exercises.
When Dipa Karmakar competed in her first gymnastics competition, she did so without shoes and borrowed an oversized, ill-fitting costume. Part of the Winners series looking at women who overcame challenges to excel.
Turkey has been promised billions of dollars to help stem the flow of migrants into Europe, but in return Ankara wants help resettling some of them.
Three men are arrested after a woman jumps from a two-storey house in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata to escape being raped.
Alaa and Abdul Aziz, a brother and sister from Syria stranded on the Greek-Macedonian border at Idomeni, tell Christian Fraser about the reality of life as migrants.
News that a Chinese woman died after being trapped in a lift for a month after it was turned off prompts shock, anger and questions online.
Has US politics become too raunchy for children?
China's Communist Party says it punished nearly 300,000 officials last year under its high-profile campaign to tackle corruption.