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A "catastrophic" wildfire that has forced the evacuation of all 88,000 people from Fort McMurray could destroy much of the Canadian city, officials warn.
Lyse Doucet speaks to Afghan and Syrian teenagers in Calais, who are hoping to rebuild their lives in Britain.
Six months pregnant and forced to have an abortion
Scientists in Australia discover how crocodiles' eyes are adapted to lurking at the water surface to watch and wait for prey.
Turkey's ruling party will hold an extraordinary congress in the coming weeks, media say, amid speculation over the future of PM Ahmet Davutoglu.
President Barack Obama drinks filtered water on a visit to the Michigan city of Flint, which has been wracked by a public health crisis.
A partial, shaky truce between Syria and non-jihadist rebels is extended to embattled Aleppo, after US and Russian pressure.
Apple has been forced to share the iPhone name in China, but which other US brands have had similar problems in the country?
Dozens of people are reportedly killed in fierce clashes between rebels and government forces in the Syrian city of Aleppo as the US says a truce deal is reached.
European and Portuguese police say they have dismantled a mainly Russian criminal gang laundering money through the football sector in Portugal.
Prince's team requested emergency support from a leading addiction specialist just a day before the singer died, the doctor's lawyer reveals.
Japanese airbag maker Takata has been forced to increase a recall after US authorities said they found further safety defects in its products.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has dismissed allegations she obstructed a corruption investigation as "lies".
A brawl breaks out in the South African parliament as MPs from the opposition EFF party are expelled for heckling President Jacob Zuma.
How a rape that was ignored angered Indonesia's women
The mother of a baby girl who was miraculously rescued from a collapsed building in Nairobi is found dead in the rubble.
A Chinese company is free to use the name "IPHONE" on its handbags and leather goods after Apple loses a trademark court ruling in China.