The government argues that only two of seven dual citizens should be disqualified from parliament.
Jeff Sessions criticised colleges for limiting free speech, but did he live up to his own remarks?
James Badcock asks if Spain can really stop Catalans taking part in a vote on independence on Sunday.
Nadia Nadim fled Afghanistan as a child. Now she plays for Denmark and Portland.
Gemma Handy travelled to Dominica to document the damage caused by Hurricane Maria to the island.
Six out of 10 young people in the world are failing to reach basic levels of proficiency in learning, warns the United Nations.
Impressed that your company offers dress-down Fridays? These firms take job perks to another level.
US officials say eight prototypes will be built as questions remain over the controversial wall.
Sanctions on Russia are still in place, so will US and Russia ever become allies?
A gay soldier in South Korea speaks out against prosecution by military
Twitter currently limits tweets to 140 characters, but is testing 280 for a small group of users.
Turkey's leader says it is considering sanctions after Monday's independence referendum.
As Donald Trump says he will visit the US territory, here are four ways Hurricane Maria wreaked havoc.
On the ground, inside the battle-scarred Syrian city of Raqqa - Islamic State's ruined 'capital'.
Women in Saudi Arabia will be able to drive from June 2018, after a royal decree.
The government says a vote on whether to change the country's abortion law will be held next year.
In the camps for people evacuated from areas around Bali's active volcano, people are sad, worried and bored.
The US president says football league protesters are disrespecting American service personnel.
The party leadership said there would be no vote this week on their bill, after support ebbed away.
The ride-sharing firm has complained about provincial rules, including a police background check.
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