With the advent of President Trump, US-Egypt relations are set to grow warmer, says Orla Guerin.
RB Leipzig and its fans are targeted by rival fans who loathe the club's business model.
As Paris' Pompidou Centre celebrates its 40th birthday, BBC arts editor Will Gompertz speaks to two of the original architects, Richard Rogers and Renzo Piano.
David Hockney reflects on his career as the Tate Britain puts on the biggest ever retrospective of the artist's work.
The public gets its first glimpse of Magdeburg Zoo's new arrivals.
A group of commuters raided their bags and pockets to clean racist graffiti from a New York subway car.
The five countries involved are on the "frontline against terrorism", Chad's president says.
A US flight attendant shares the story of how she helped a trafficking victim on her plane.
The staged reintroduction since the end of last month is going smoothly, officials say.
Drink drivers would have to watch the pop star "the entire way to jail", police say.
Audi's advertising campaign against the gender pay gap leaves viewers fiercely divided.
The second-largest rebel group free a kidnapped soldier a day before the beginning of peace talks.
Dashcam footage captures a fireball over US Midwestern states on Monday.
Former South Africa captain Joost van der Westhuizen dies aged 45, six years after he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
The French candidate insists the payments were legal but says voters no longer accept the practice.
Concerns about the health of Nigeria's president increase as he extends his medical leave in the UK.
Methamphetamine pills worth an estimated $9.2m are found in his car and inside a monastery.
An inquiry hears 7% of Australia's Catholic priests allegedly abused children.
Lawyers for two US states argue against removing a legal block on President Trump's travel ban.
Russia says that "Putin's a killer" comments are unacceptable and the US TV station must apologise.
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