A jailed Pussy Riot activist describes how he and others got onto the pitch in police uniform.
President Santos welcomes Farc members to Congress, saying he is happy to see them respect the constitution.
The changes supported by MPs make it easier to replace a defiant head of the Supreme Court.
The professional cyclists tackling the Tour de France seem superhuman. But can ordinary riders learn a few lessons?
Why two billionaires, one keen new employee and a small European country had a memorable week.
Eight years of dental pain and soaring bills set Natalia Guerrero thinking about the millions who need treatment but cannot pay for it.
Mirjana Kika Milosevic's had over 56 million YouTube views painting herself in different optical illusions.
A Sudanese photojournalist says she faces mockery and verbal harassment for working in the country as a woman.
Lebanon is considering legalising cannabis. A farmer explains why this could "benefit everyone".
Israel's army kills four in a wave of attacks, as it suffers its first fatality in renewed clashes.
Mr Trump reportedly discusses paying hush money to cover up an alleged affair with Karen McDougal.
Eyewitness account of a man later identified as Alexandre Benalla attacking May Day protesters.
James Gunn will not film the franchise's third instalment after offensive old tweets resurfaced.
The Trump administration wants to weaken the landmark protection law. What species are under threat?
Police say there is no indication the attacker in the city of Lübeck was politically radicalised.
New York is the second most rat-infested US city and one group has taken matters into its own hands.
One of four police dogs at Dar es Salaam port, Hobby's skills also include sniffing out guns and drugs.
Kenyan tour operators allege Tanzanian actions are affecting its tourism industry.
It is not clear if the 31 passengers were wearing life vests at the time the boat overturned.
The former cricketer tells the BBC his opponents will "lose because of their track record in power".
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