Pepsi withdraws the ad just hours after launch, amid accusations it trivialised street protests.
The homeland security chief tells Congress the trend is "no accident", crediting President Trump.
People in Beijing and Washington have messages for Presidents Xi and Trump ahead of their summit.
Syrian-American Muslim poet Mona Haydar tells BBC World Service about reaction to her song celebrating Muslim women who wear the headscarf.
Russia clashes with other world powers at the UN Security Council over the deaths in Syria.
What started as a profile piece by the school newspaper quickly morphed into an expose.
The serial paedophile admitted his crimes to police in 1985, but has never been brought to justice.
President Trump's senior strategist Steve Bannon loses his place on the US National Security Council.
The singer says he didn't reveal he was gay because he feared disappointing his fans.
The couple took home their largest prize yet, a C$8.2m jackpot.
The German government approves plans to fine firms if they do not remove posts fast enough.
The nun says she was pressured to leave her convent after she became pregnant following a rape.
Amazing pictures show how the rising water has changed Peru's north-west in a matter of months.
He is also facing rape charges because police say he was not legally married to the woman.
The embattled president survives an attempt by some in the ANC to force him to step down as leader.
Russia's justice ministry wants the Christian missionary group declared an "extremist group".
The vessels will be the first the island has built itself and will upgrade its ageing foreign fleet.
Several members of a family were among six people killed in the explosion in Lamego, the mayor says.
Two Indian women are being praised for fending off a robbers at the bank where they work.
Iceland's parliament examines a bill that will make companies prove men and women are paid equally.
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