The body of a woman is found in the rubble of the buildings destroyed by a huge explosion on Saturday.
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa unveils economic and social plans ahead of May elections.
The US president tries to brush off allegations he has concealed details of his talks with Vladimir Putin.
Former Italian communist militant Cesare Battisti is arrested in Bolivia, reportedly in disguise.
Swiss great Roger Federer hopes retiring Briton Andy Murray can finish his career "the way he wants" at Wimbledon later this year.
The former rebel commander went into hiding more than six months ago fearing reprisals.
The US secretary of state steps up diplomatic efforts with Turkey to protect Kurdish allies in Syria.
Swiss watch companies gather for their Geneva show after a difficult couple of years for the industry.
China says it has low rates of violent crime, but can its statistics be trusted?
Each year millions of visitors walk through the cobbled streets of Prague's Old Town. Few know what lies beneath their feet.
A global online game was blamed for numerous suicides. But it isn't quite what it seems.
Salwa, 24, tells the BBC that she ran away from her family in Saudi Arabia to seek a better life.
The Maasai Olympic Games aim to convince young Maasai men to play sport, instead of hunting lions.
More than a third of Lebanon's population is refugees. Storm Norma's left many of their homes flooded.
Thousands turn out across France for new "yellow vests" protests, with dozens of arrests.
The victims include two firefighters who were responding to a gas leak when a huge explosion happened.
Julian Castro and Tulsi Gabbard want to challenge President Donald Trump in 2020.
President Ramaphosa says the high number of rapes is a national crisis and urges men to fight it.
A Saudi teenager who fled her family and refused to leave her hotel room has arrived in Canada.
Parts of Europe have been brought to a standstill as snow made driving conditions perilous.
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