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Will Gompertz asks why do people feel fooled by video blogger Zoella after it emerged that she received help from her publishers to write her book Girl Online.
Police and citizens hail body cameras
The International Criminal Court prosecutor says she has shelved her probe into war crimes in Sudan's Darfur region because of a lack of UN action.
The US Senate completes congressional approval of an annual defence bill expanding the military campaign against Islamic State (IS).
Britain's gay Asian men pressured into marrying women
Heavy rains in southern California trigger mudslides and flooding, killing one person and forcing the evacuation of hundreds of homes.
How Pakistan's women can face brutality - and even death - if they fall in love with the wrong person.
The provocative graffiti causing a stir in Kerala
Srirasmi, the wife of Thailand's Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn, resigns her royal position, the palace announces.
The archbishop of Jos in central Nigeria has said more must be done to protect ordinary people, after at least 30 were killed in twin bomb attacks.
Mexican Finance Minister Luis Videgaray defends his purchase of a luxury home on national TV, after a similar case involving the president's wife.