As the palm oil industry grows, some Orang Rimba have had to abandon their nomadic forest lifestyle.
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As the mass trial over 2016's attempted coup continues, the BBC meets those left behind.
The decades-long grip on power of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe appeared to be over on Thursday as his main opposition rival returned to the country amid efforts to form a transitional government.
Hospitals in Yemen could run out of fuel in three weeks. The BBC reports from one of them.
Saudi Arabia's foreign affairs minister defends sanctions on Yemen, as the UN warns millions will die.
Does the world have the right idea about women in Saudi Arabia?
Former football official Nicolás Leoz is a main suspect in a bribery and money-laundering scandal.
Julian Simpson accidentally slipped from a balcony, in what US media say followed a "trust game".
A German court rules airline was within its rights to refuse to carry an Israeli, sparking outrage.
As talks are held to resolve the crisis, Zimbabwe opposition leader says Robert Mugabe must resign.
Growing up in Detroit was not easy for Khali Sweeney.
Leslie Morissette's son, Graham, was 6 years old when he was diagnosed with leukemia.
Critics say the proposal is a give-away to big business and the wealthy.
Management on the Tsukuba Express line "sincerely apologised for the inconvenience" caused.
Former French Sports Minister Roselyne Bachelot is ordered to pay the tennis star 12,000 euros.
Vancouver police say they pulled the motorist over when they noticed him wearing headphones.
In the depths of an economic abyss, the political crisis now offers hope to many Zimbabweans.
Investigators raid district offices and an event company over free concert tickets.
Algeria head coach Rabah Madjer loses his temper when a journalist asks Leicester City midfielder Riyad Mahrez a question about the team's recent displays.