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Honduran election officials say conservative ruling party candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez is the clear winner of Sunday's presidential race.
Thailand's Education Minister Chaturon Chaiseng tells the BBC he does not believe the army supports anti-government protesters, making a coup unlikely.
Do young Indians need technical rather than academic skills?
Fast food overtakes the traditional brasserie in France
A team at the University of Barcelona say spending a few minutes in virtual reality can change white people's perceptions of other skin colours.
Fantasy money or the future of finance?
Yeelat Chen is a new beauty salon for ultra-Orthdox women in central Jerusalem.
Hundreds of flights have been delayed, but a storm on the US East Coast has not brought Thanksgiving travel gridlock as feared.
Six men are arrested by officers from the National Crime Agency investigating alleged match-fixing in English football.
The Obama administration announces another delay to its healthcare law, this time to online medical insurance for small businesses.
The government is to announce an independent review of cigarette packaging amid continuing calls for action to discourage young smokers.
The board of the Spanish energy company Repsol has approved an agreement in principle with Argentina over assets seized last year.
Manchester United reach the Champions League knockout stages with a game to spare after thrashing Bayer Leverkusen.
Colombia recalls its ambassador to Nicaragua as a dispute over maritime boundaries in the Caribbean worsens.
Thousands of wildebeest cut short their annual migration from Kenya - dubbed the greatest show on Earth - following a drought in Tanzania.
What happens when you cross Thanksgiving with Hanukkah?
Child sex abuse cases like the one involving Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins will slip through the net due to a lack of resources, a leading child protection expert warns.
US President Barack Obama "pardons" two turkeys on the eve of the Thanksgiving holiday, saluting them for their bravery.
Crane collapse at World Cup 2014 venue
Mali's former coup leader Amadou Sanogo has been charged with murder, a judicial source tells the BBC after the general was detained at his residence.