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A look at the reason why police and university students in South Africa are involved in running battles across the country.
A jury in Australia hears an audio recording of a woman pleading with her Tinder date to be allowed to leave his apartment, before she fell 14 floors from the balcony and died.
Cock-fighting is banned in many countries, but its popularity endures in Madagascar where gamblers can win substantial amounts.
Donald Trump says the "shackles are off" as he rips into the most senior elected US Republican as a "weak and ineffective" leader.
The BBC's Anna Holligan reports on an apparent ban on Pokemon Go on some beaches in the Netherlands.
A Paris hospital opens France's first "shooting gallery" - a safe place where drug addicts can inject under medical supervision.
Male toilets in public buildings in the US must now have baby changing facilities, according to a new law signed by President Barack Obama.
Syrians are using barrels from barrel bombs to help create electricity.
Rory Cellan-Jones explains the decline and fall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.
So-called Islamic State confirms the death last month of one of its most senior leaders, information minister Abu Mohammed al-Furqan.
Pop star Rod Stewart receives a knighthood from Prince William at an investiture ceremony in Buckingham Palace.
Experts question whether Samsung should have killed off the Note 7 and ask which rival will benefit most.