Viewsnight is BBC Newsnight's new place for ideas and opinion. Here, French-Algerian journalist Nabila Ramdani argues Marine Le Pen will not win in France.
Ghana's new government counts its presidential fleet only to find more than 200 cars are unaccounted for.
A girl who elders believe died from nuclear testing is at the centre of an emotional row in Australia.
The reinforced glass wall is designed to stop gunmen or vehicles storming the site, officials say.
Civil rights campaigns, charities, parodies, and the media are all seeing a surge in support.
Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee speaks out against the president's criticism of the judiciary.
The plans include an increase in financial incentives for failed asylum seekers who voluntarily leave.
Scientists say orangutans "kiss squeaks" could help us understand the origins of human language.
The Cheyenne River Sioux file a legal challenge asking a federal judge to stall the project.
Qismat Amin will live for now with Captain Matthew Ball and his wife in Palo Alto, California.
The hospital reused equipment, something health officials called a "severe violation of procedure".
The scrapped decree would have shielded many politicians from prosecution for corruption.
Australian retailer Coles is limiting its self-checkouts to combat theft by deliberate mis-swiping.
City in northern Japan hopes pictograms will help foreigners feel more welcome.
A Kenyan government order to forcibly repatriate 260,000 Somalis is ruled an act of persecution.
Ten Turkish soldiers are killed in the space of two days as Islamic State fighters battle on.
An Australian farmer tells how he survived for hours trapped in a pond with only his nose above water.
Officials declare the incident on the Channel coast to be over, with nobody seriously hurt.
An aid organisation warns that attacks on relief workers in conflict zones could become the norm.
A security guard at France's Galeries Lafayette threw out the woman as her head was covered.
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