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Three wild elephants are freed from a reservoir in China's south-western Yunnan province after an excavator is used to break the wall.
Amid rising religious fundamentalism in West Africa, the BBC's Lamine Konkobo looks at how one country has kept intolerance at bay.
Photographs by Michael Goldrei focus attention on blindness and vision impairment on World Sight Day.
Pakistan's Supreme Court adjourns a hearing on a blasphemy case against a Christian woman on death row after a judge refused to hear her appeal.
Gina Miller, who among others, is seeking a judicial review of the government's intention to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, says she believes she has a strong case.
A motion filed by Greens party MP Jeremy Buckingham to the Upper House of the NSW parliament calling Trump a "revolting slug" is passed without objection.
Donald Trump calls on White House rival Hillary Clinton to fire an aide involved in leaked emails in which Catholics were apparently disparaged.