President Maduro praises the army for putting down an attack as officials search for 10 fugitives.
Sarahah is an app from Saudi Arabia which allows users to send messages anonymously.
It's the second time the competition has been held in the US.
The US vice-president dismisses as "absurd" a report suggesting that he is preparing to stand.
A mosque in the German capital allows men and women to mix at prayer and welcomes gay people.
The case of a 10-year-old left pregnant after rape has shocked India and seen the family hounded.
The animals have been leaving the mountains to scavenge for food in local homes.
The four-time Olympic gold medallist dies after a long battle with multiple sclerosis.
The election campaign falls silent - but the country is holding its breath, fearing violence.
Soldiers are sharing tactics from Iraq and Afghanistan to help gamekeepers in Gabon tackle poaching.
Lisa Kikuchi of SenSprout tells the BBC how she is developing soil moisture sensors to help Japan's farmers.
Police said the shooting followed an argument between local Nigerians living abroad.
How the spread of barbed wire helped redraw the map of the USA.
Binita’s father had to flee when his family’s home was attacked. Now she wants to find the people who helped him escape.
A London mural of Hokusai's Great Wave was nearly destroyed when a drug lab exploded next door, but there are many more on walls around the world.
It's ziplines versus a Sunoco pipeline in one Pennsylvania family's backyard.
Villagers along the north-west coast of Japan are being ordered to take part in air raid drills.
A vessel chartered by a European anti-immigrant group is unable to berth in the port of Zarzis.
Women and children have been killed in an attack on Shia Muslim villagers, officials say.
Men in military uniform post a video saying they are launching a "military and civil action".
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