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A series of striking images of women who have had double mastectomies has been featured in a US newspaper. Rebecca Pine was one of the women. Photos courtesy Miana Jun.
Two Australians who said they conned their way into a N Korean golf tournament may simply have been with a tour group.
The South Korean president denies following a cult as scandal threatens to engulf her leadership.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "Monuments".
Tanzania's president John Magufuli marks one year in office today. What has he achieved? The BBC's Dickens Olewe reports on the highs and lows.
A wall already exists on one-third of the US-Mexican border. But what does it do?
A species of frog which startles predators by flashing its orange groin has been found in Australia.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump fight for every vote as polls suggest a close White House race.
The president of Bulgaria tells the BBC that Russia is trying to divide and weaken Europe.
China's richest man continues his Hollywood shopping spree, snapping up the company behind the Golden Globes.
East Aleppo braces itself for air strikes after rebel fighters are given a final deadline to leave
An Indian woman alleges police asked her lewd questions when she tried reporting that she was raped.
South Korea's President Park Geun-hye says she is "heartbroken" over an ongoing political scandal.
India agrees on the rates for its Goods and Services Tax, its biggest reform of the tax system since independence.