Geneva prosecutors are looking at why a mystery person flushed 500 euro notes away.
Reese Witherspoon says "it's been an incredible year for women on television" at this year's awards.
Three people get heavy fines in Essen for not helping a critically ill pensioner at a bank branch.
New Turkish school textbooks omit evolution but include the idea of "jihad" - provoking a row.
A lone helicopter dropped grenades on the Supreme Court in Caracas in June and then disappeared.
The BBC World Service launches websites in three new languages as part of its biggest expansion since the 1940s.
A Chinese firm offering sex dolls for rent pulls the service after criticism from authorities.
Fighting has broke out between Ethiopia's Oromo and Somali communities. The BBC looks at why.
Zannah Mustapha helped to negotiate the Chibok girls' release and runs a free school for displaced children.
The comedian apologises to his pregnant wife and his children after claiming after making a "bad error of judgement".
Elisabeth Moss's TV drama wins big, while Charlie Brooker and Riz Ahmed lead the British victors.
A 67-year-old British woman discovers a bag with thousands of euros in Venice and hands it to police.
The PM and Justin Trudeau will also discuss a trade row that could threaten jobs in Northern Ireland.
The 50 year-old publication, famed for covering music and popular culture, is to be sold as publishing industry struggles.
After holding out for 14 years, the house blocking traffic on a wide road is finally making way.
China stops giving India crucial data for "technical reasons" but is providing it to Bangladesh.
Snapchat has been caught up in an international row between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Rhino horn is being processed into bangles, beads and bracelets, a charity's investigation reveals.
At least 67 people are also hurt, as some areas in the west are left without water and electricity.
A theme park in The Netherlands is about to begin an experiment designed to stop people having to queue for rides.
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