A science textbook used in Delhi schools suggests putting a kitten in a box with no airholes.
South Africans have had enough of broken promises and bad governance, reports the BBC's Andrew Harding from Port Elizabeth.
It is the first such discovery in decades of a cave which housed the famous relics.
Air strikes near Idlib killed 11 al-Qaeda members, the Pentagon says.
Jeff Sessions was a highly controversial Donald Trump nomination because of accusations of racism.
The US is no longer screening refugees on Nauru, but Australia expects the process to resume.
Villagers in Sichuan, China, have a new ladder to assist their 800-metre climb to the outside world.
Katya Adler finds a union searching for the right direction, as its very existence hangs in the balance.
An Australian farmer spends hours arching his back for air after being pinned down in a waterhole.
Currently old convictions for consensual sex between men appear in criminal history checks.
Alexei Navalny says he will continue, against the odds, in his fight against Vladimir Putin.
Thousands of people are sharing photos of food their parents gave them after the Chinese New Year holiday.
The way orangutans communicate could shed light on humans' first words.
Fumigation must start immediately to avoid further destruction in the main agricultural area.
It takes a special kind of person to run a radio station in an area controlled by Islamist militants in northern Syria. Raed Fares, who has never lost his sense of humour despite being gunned down by IS.
Feng Shui consultant Joey Yap tells us how Trump's year may go.
As the World Sheep Shearing Championships gets under way in New Zealand, we take a look at the world of competitive sheep shearing.
The president faces accusations of impropriety after attacking a retailer for dropping his daughter's products.
The man is the second person in the US to be convicted of supporting so-called Islamic State.
The president tweeted about an 'EASY D', which immediately had people guessing what he meant.
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