Two businesswomen in Nigeria describe what it's like to run their businesses in a country where 40% of women are entrepreneurs.
Colonel Medica grows 100kg of cannabis a year - for patients with cancer or multiple sclerosis.
Colonel Medica grows 100kg of cannabis a year for Italy's army to provide for medical use.
National park guards shoot suspected poachers dead. But has the war against poaching gone too far?
Pictures posted on social media show blacked-out streets, lit only by headlights and torches.
US carmakers export hardly any cars to Japan, something that annoys President Trump - but why not?
Dutch police investigate after vast quantities of raw materials are found in a truck trailer.
Trump decries urban violence, terrorism and police shootings. Is his image of 'American carnage' fair?
Lawyers for the French presidential candidate say a payments inquiry against him is "invalid".
The new US attorney general says illegal immigration threatens public safety and pulls down wages.
MPs of a radical opposition party brawl with security guards as they are ejected from parliament.
Not everyone was won round by Donald Trump the candidate - even members of his own party had their doubts. Not any more.
Israeli Yossi Ghinsberg survived three weeks stranded in the Bolivian Amazon rainforest.
Victorious Cameroon footballers ridicule a minister's bow when they meet president.
The general says extra forces are needed to train Afghan troops in the war with the Taliban.
Maik Schneider of the far-right National Democratic Party is sentenced to eight years in jail.
President Putin sends condolences over the "tragic incident" and both countries plan to investigate.
Simonne Butler recounts her ex attacking her with a sword and having her hands reattached, in New Zealand in 2003.
Prosecutors say the failed hack just hours after deadly bombings in 2016 had "no terrorist motives".
He's been the victim of fake news, so what does Denzel think about all the information out there?
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