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The rebel-held city of Darayya is being evacuated by government forces after the last rebel fighters agreed to hand over their weapons and leave.
During her year of breast cancer, Sydney woman Alison Habbal occupied hours of nausea and exhaustion by planning for her post-sickness rebirth.
Their story had already captured hearts across the world - the marathon runner and the stray dog that stuck by his side through a gruelling desert race in China.
Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin warns Republican Donald Trump of "massive disappointment" if he backs down on his plan to deport undocumented immigrants.
Disabled athletes and models have told Newsbeat how disappointed they are in Vogue Brasil after they posted pictures of their new Paralympic Campaign.
Virgin founder Sir Richard Branson says he thought he was "going to die" after crashing his bike on the Caribbean island of Virgin Gorda.
There are conflicting views on whether it's safe to exercise during pregnancy - we hear from a former Olympian and mums.
Indonesian authorities seize the frozen bodies of more than 650 critically endangered pangolins and arrest a man.
France's highest administrative court suspends a ban on controversial full-body "burkini" swimsuits in a town on the Mediterranean coast.
More than 260 people are known to have died in the earthquake that devastated villages in Italy's central region on Wednesday night.
Former Prime Minister Stephen Harper is to announce his departure from Canadian politics to focus on his businesses, say reports.
The Libyan forces are preparing for what they hope to be the last attack against Islamic State group in the city of Sirte.
The evacuation of besieged Damascus suburb of Darayya begins after deal between Syrian government and rebel fighters.
Manchester United will face Fenerbahce, Feyenoord and Zorya Luhansk in the group stage of the Europa League.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says he will try to limit the damage to his title hopes in Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix.
The BBC witnesses a prison raid in one of Manila's biggest jails - the latest offensive in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.
Firefighters are called out to rescue a 20-year-old man after he climbs into public toilet to retrieve a friend's phone.
South African state prosecutors fail in their bid to challenge the six-year sentence for murder handed down to Oscar Pistorius.
As hopes fade of finding more survivors of the devastating 6.2-magnitude earthquake that hit central Italy, details emerge of the dead.
"Anti-immigrant" rhetoric by UK politicians during the EU referendum helped to fuel a spike in race hate crimes before and after the vote, a UN body says.