The US withdrawal of support for the UN Population Fund is a disaster for women, the UN head says.
Socialist Lenin Moreno is confirmed to have won the closely-contested presidential election.
Rescuers in the mud-covered town of Mocoa are becoming increasingly desperate, says the BBC's Laura Bicker.
The White House said the apparent chemical attack that killed 58 in Syria was 'reprehensible'.
Among those killed was a doll-maker who protected her daughter from the explosion in the train.
Electric car maker closes in on General Motors to be the most valuable auto firm in the US.
Ex-National Security Adviser Susan Rice rejects a claim she indulged in politically motivated snooping.
Putin loyalist Dmitry Medvedev hits back at opposition campaigner Alexei Navalny after mass protests.
The new legislation could force the respected Central European University from the country.
The BBC's Laura Bicker is in Mocoa, sharing images of the immediate landslide recovery efforts.
President Trump's comfort with President Sisi took US embrace of Arab autocrats to a new level.
Opposition activists say jets later fired rockets at clinics where the injured were being treated.
A suspected chemical weapons attack on a rebel-held town in Syria is reported to have killed dozens of people, including many children.
Republic of Ireland women's footballer Stephanie Roche says the squad is considering going on strike because of unhappiness over treatment by the Football Association of Ireland.
Women campaigners in Saudi Arabia are filming themselves walking silently in the street in an attempt to claim the right to drive.
And deals with it remarkably well.
The White House shares the first official portrait of Melania Trump but what does it say about the kind of First Lady she'll be?
South Africa's powerful trades union federation and ANC stalwarts call for President Zuma to step down.
The St Petersburg metro explosion may have been caused by a man whose body was found at the scene.
If confirmed, the latest use of nerve agents by Syria's Assad marks a worrying turn, says Dan Kaszeta
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