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Police kill a man in Kenya's western city of Kisumu during an opposition protest about the electoral commission, an eyewitness tells the BBC.
Hundreds of French petrol stations run dry and the unions say five oil refineries are being blockaded as protesters fight government labour reforms.
Greece says it will begin to evacuate thousands of migrants from the Idomeni camp on its northern border with Macedonia in the coming days.
Manager Chris Coleman is rewarded with a two-year contract extension after guiding Wales to the Euro 2016 finals.
Iraqi pro-government forces are marching to Falluja to attempt to seize the city back from IS, but what kind of challenge can they expect from the jihadists?
An Australian feminist group expresses its fury after Facebook rejected an ad it created because of the image it used.
The Angry Birds Movie knocks Captain America off the top spot of the North American box office chart in its first week of release.
Vietnam is now one of the world's biggest defence importers and sees the lifting of a US arms embargo as a way to counter its increasingly assertive neighbour China, writes Nga Pham.
Who was Bangladesh's first female journalist?
Nick Blackwell says Chris Eubank Jnr and his father were "inhuman" in how they reacted to his life-threatening injuries.
Louis van Gaal is sacked as manager of Manchester United, with former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho set to be named as his replacement.
Microsoft announces a new policy to remove "terrorist content" from its consumer-focused online services.
Mindfulness and madness mingle at Chelsea Flower Show
Prime Minister Narendra Modi says India will build and operate a key Iranian port after talks with President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran.
With yet more conflicting advice about what makes for a healthy diet, here's what government advisors say we should be eating.
Delegates from 175 countries gather in Istanbul for a World Humanitarian Summit which has been sharply criticised by aid agencies.
A strange sea-dwelling reptile fossil suggests there was a burst of evolution after the mass extinction 250 million years ago.
Lego products are growing more violent as toy makers engage in an 'arms race' to catch the attention of children in a digital age, a new study says.
Cash worth 1.4bn yen ($13m; £8.8m) is taken from cash machines in Japan using credit cards made with stolen South African bank data.
A bone fragment believed to come from St Thomas Becket goes on display in England for the first time since it was taken to Hungary 800 years ago.