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A judge rules that New York City's buses must display a controversial advert that refers to Muslims killing Jews.
One African's journey from The Gambia through Libya to Europe
Hong Kong's government is set to reveal a political reform proposal for choosing the next leader including, for the first time, a public vote.
Climate scientists are calling on world leaders to sign up to an eight-point plan of action at landmark talks in Paris.
More than one million people sought emergency help from food banks in the last year, a charity says.
US congressional leaders have agreed a bill that would give President Barack Obama "fast-track authority" to approve a massive trade deal. Why?
Is the conflict due to geographical rivalry, sectarian divisions, disappointment after the 2011 revolution or is it part of a wider regional power play?
Brazilian oil company Petrobras was a national success story, but is now mired in a corruption scandal, says Daniel Gallas.
A cultural fight against gentrification in Puerto Rico
The Serbian TV station taken off air by Nato in 1999
Are Kurds starting to use children in propaganda?
Thousands of people in England are dying from bowel cancer because their disease is not being spotted early enough, warns a charity.
The number of people in England and Wales seeking hospital treatment for violence-related injuries is at a 15 year low, a study of Accident and Emergency data shows.
'They taste better than fish'
Australian emergency services rescue nearly 100 people from floodwaters in New South Wales as powerful storms continue to hit the state.
A government drive to increase participation in rugby within English schools is ill-conceived and risks children getting hurt, doctors warn.
Robert Downey Jr tells the BBC about the latest film from the Marvel franchise, The Avengers: Age of Ultron
A flawless 100-carat diamond sells for $22.1m (£14.8m) at Sotheby's auction house in New York.
As the centenary of the Armenian massacre approaches, historical narratives are clashing in Turkey, the BBC's Mark Lowen reports.
Conservative party chairman Grant Shapps denies claims he changed Wikipedia entries about himself and other politicians.