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Colombia Farc rebels announce definitive ceasefire
The main leftist rebel group in Colombia, the Farc, announces a definitive ceasefire from midnight, ending one of the world's longest insurgencies.
Brexit may send EU 'down the drain' - German vice chancellor
Germany's vice-chancellor Sigmar Gabriel says the EU could go "down the drain" if Brexit is handled badly and that the UK cannot keep the "nice things" without any responsibility.
Calais chief wants migrant deal with UK
The president of the French region that includes Calais port suggests that those seeking asylum in the UK should be able to lodge their claim in France.
Mexican singer Juan Gabriel dies at 66 of heart attack
The Mexican singer Juan Gabriel dies of a heart attack at his home in California, days after performing at a concert in Los Angeles.
Female genital mutilation: Egypt to toughen penalties
Those who force genital mutilation on girls and women in Egypt face stiffer penalties under plans approved by the cabinet in Cairo.
Zika virus: Singapore confirms 41 locally transmitted cases
Singapore has confirmed 41 cases of the Zika virus in people who had not travelled to Zika-affected areas, meaning the virus has spread locally.
Nasa ends year-long Mars simulation on Hawaii
A team of six people complete a Nasa-funded Mars simulation in Hawaii, after living in a dome in near isolation for a year.
Iraq asks Saudi Arabia to remove ambassador
The Iraqi government asks for the Saudi ambassador to Baghdad to be replaced over comments he made about Iran's involvement in Iraq.
Man 'put acid' in Australian sex club lubricant
A 62-year-old man is arrested after allegedly filling a lubricant dispenser with hydrochloric acid at a gay club in Sydney.
Syria war: Turkey kills 25 people in latest round of air strikes
Turkey says it has killed 25 militants near Jarablus in Syria, while a monitoring group reports 35 civilian deaths in same area.
Heavy casualties as Libyan forces advance on IS in Sirte
At least 34 fighters loyal to Libya's unity government are killed as militia push into the last areas of the coastal city of Sirte held by so-called Islamic State.
Paris restaurant 'refuses to serve Muslim women'
A video showing a French restaurateur apparently calling all Muslims terrorists and refusing to serve two Muslim women sparks anger and calls for protests.
The displaced Nigerians facing death from hunger
Aid agencies are warning of a growing humanitarian crisis in north-eastern Nigeria, where more than two million people have been displaced by the Boko Haram insurgency.
Migrant crisis: How to stay sane in a refugee camp
A camp psychologist at the Kara Tepe refugee camp in Greece explains how refugees there take care of their mental health.
Kazakhstan's 'Game of Thrones' to launch
Kazakhstan is preparing to launch its own version of the popular TV series Game of Thrones.
Cars stranded in flooded underpass in Turkey capital
Dozens of motorists are stranded when heavy rain flooded an underpass in the Turkish capital of Ankara.
Solo pilot, 18, completes around-the-world flight
Australian teenager Lachlan Smart has become the youngest person to fly solo around the world in a single-engine aircraft.
Inside a Philippines prison drugs raid
The BBC witnesses a prison raid in one of Manila's biggest jails - the latest offensive in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's war on drugs.
Ukraine's new hottest holiday location?
Can Odessa become Ukraine's new hot tourism ticket?
Germany's Sigmar Gabriel defends middle finger gesture
Germany's economy minister and vice-chancellor has defended flicking the middle finger to a group of right-wing protesters earlier this month.
Passengers post pictures of plane's engine 'blown apart'
A Southwest Airlines flight bound for Orlando in Florida had to make an emergency landing after a major problem with one of its two engines.
South Korea's new drive to boost flagging birth rate
Government hopes more fertility treatment funding will bring about a baby boom.
Swedes urged to deposit 41m invalid banknotes
Millions of old Swedish banknotes are still in circulation despite a looming deadline to deposit them.
Shanghai mulls removing English from street signs
Highways agency says getting rid of English and pinyin would make more space for Chinese characters.
Xiong Jigen, 43, is one of many men inside China's remote "bachelor village', where bad roads and few women make it hard to find a wife.
Ticket to ride
The Facebook group where passengers cast a humorous eye on the behaviour of tram conductors.
Back to the tents?
Pakistan has told all three million Afghan refugees within its borders to leave - causing chaos on its borders, the BBC's M Ilyas Khan reports.
Africa's worst yellow fever outbreak in 30 years prompts a race to protect millions of people from the disease, complicated by a shortage of vaccines.
The BBC's Will Grant meets the Norwegian man who played a central role in years of negotiations between Farc rebels and the Colombian government
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