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How one free clinic in Kerala, India, is helping the transgender community.
Nobel prize winner Malala Yousafzai says the 'global community' must protect Myanmar's Muslim minority.
Could low-cost automated financial advice help close the massive retirement savings gap?
You hear their name a lot - now hear from the Rohingya in their own words.
Seven members of the emergency services accuse flood-hit Arkema of failing to prevent toxic fires.
The EU wants Libya to do more on migrants but the unstable country is struggling to cope.
Traffic builds and stock-piling begins with the hurricane expected to make landfall at the weekend.
The magazine editor has been at the helm of the high-brow glossy for 25 years.
Hennessy was trying to get back to the UK, but ended up in a migrant detention centre in Libya's capital.
Guo Wengui is seeking asylum in the US after months of accusing Chinese officials of corruption.
She's facing a backlash from supporters in the West over her handling of violence and killings in Myanmar.
A driver in Germany makes an expensive mistake.
The most powerful category five storm wreaks havoc in the Caribbean, leaving at least nine dead.
Mariano Rajoy says an independence vote would be illegal as prosecutors threaten criminal charges.
Stills and footage show the almost-destroyed Caribbean island of St Martin, then and now.
With 185mph speed winds, Hurricane Irma is now one of the most powerful storms in Atlantic history.
The US activist and writer of Sexual Politics dies from a heart attack while visiting Paris.
Recruits to militant groups have less religious education than non-recruits, a UN study finds.
Jonathan Head saw a Muslim village burn in Myanmar's Rakhine state, as the Rohingya exodus continues.
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