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Gambia crisis: Senegal sends in troops to back elected leader
Troops cross the border as Adama Barrow is sworn in to replace Yahya Jammeh, who refuses to quit.
Rigopiano hotel avalanche: Italian rescuers find no sign of life
Fears grow for some 30 people buried under snow and debris at a hotel, with three deaths confirmed.
Kanye West was not asked to play 'traditional' Donald Trump inauguration
Kanye West won't appear at Donald Trump's "traditionally American" inauguration, the organiser says.
Tehran fire: Twenty firemen killed as high-rise collapses
The firefighters were battling a blaze in a 17-storey building in Tehran when it fell to the ground.
Lambada singer Loalwa Braz found dead in Brazil
The body of Loalwa Braz, singer of 1980s hit Lambada, has been found in a burnt-out car in Brazil.
Germany spends more on defence but misses Nato target
A boost for the German military budget in 2017 is still short of what Nato is seeking.
Petrobras: Brazil judge Teori Zavascki dies in plane crash
Supreme Court judge Teori Zavascki was in charge of investigating corruption at state oil giant Petrobras.
Mexican governor: Cancer children given water instead of chemotherapy
Mexico's health ministry is investigating claims fake medicine was used on children in Veracruz state.
Tesla avoids recall after Autopilot crash death
Tesla will not be ordered to recall its semi-autonomous cars in the US, following a fatal crash in May 2016.
Syria: Islamic State group 'kills 12' in Palmyra
Islamic State jihadists behead four people and shoot eight dead in the ancient Syrian city, monitors say.
Sir Paul McCartney sues Sony over Beatles songs
Sir Paul McCartney takes legal action against Sony over who controls The Beatles' back catalogue.
Reward offered after dog in Detroit has its nose and ears cut off
Authorities in the US are trying to track down whoever's responsible for maiming and abandoning a dog.
Footage shows rescuers inside Italy avalanche hotel
Rescuers battled overnight to reach the Rigopiano hotel, with the first of them arriving on skis.
Tehran high-rise collapses after being engulfed by fire
A landmark high-rise building in the Iranian capital, Tehran, collapses after being engulfed by fire.
Putin spokesman denies US election hack
President Vladimir Putin?s spokesman denies any Russian government involvement in hacking to influence the 2017 US election result.
Kidnapped girl Lexis Manigo defends abductor 'mother'
A girl, who was kidnapped as a baby 18 years ago, has defended the woman who took her from a Florida hospital.
LGBT disco outside Mike Pence's house
Hundreds take part in a protest against Mike Pence's history of supporting anti-gay legislation.
Mexico's Colima volcano in fiery explosion
Webcams have caught the dramatic eruption of Mexico's Colima volcano, which has seen an increase in activity since October.
Why do we call it 'The' Gambia?
A language expert explains why the African country is called The Gambia and not Gambia.
The parody tweeter taking on Trump
The man behind a parody Twitter account wants people to unfollow the real Donald Trump and swap to him instead.
Vegemite back in Australian ownership after A$460m Bega deal
The iconic brand of salty yeast spread is bought by Bega Cheese from US giant Mondelez in $A460m deal
New Zealand imports insects to fight plant invader
Country makes exception to its strict environmental policy to rid itself of giant reeds.
Japan city sorry for offensive welfare team jackets
Officials in Odawara apologise for jackets referring to benefits cheats as "dregs".
China city bans second-time wedding banquets
A city in China forbids banquets for people marrying for a second time.
Lords of the ruins
Photographs taken by BBC Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen as he takes a journey through eastern Aleppo's largely deserted streets.
Donald Trump has caused a shortage of pink yarn - continuing a history of knitters' activism.
Twenty years later
Hong Kong has spent 20 years under Chinese sovereignty. What's changed?
Pious vs secular
An attack on a Turkish nightclub revives a debate over whether the country's secular side is under threat.
The BBC's Jonathan Head looks into why Thailand's roads are among the most lethal in the world.
When sparks fly
Korean Air is believed to be the only major airline that routinely carries electric stun guns on its planes.
Cobra fang club
A growing number of snake farms are being set up in Kenya to attract paying visitors and breed snakes for export to Europe and North America.
The meat killer
The vegan aiming to make the perfect meatless burger to please even "the hardcore meat lover".
'I'm so excited'
People in the US describe their feelings about going to Donald Trump's inauguration in Washington DC
What time will Trump be president? A guide to the day
The world watches as Mr Trump is sworn in as the 45th US president on 20 January.
Donald Trump's big day: Who is performing?
Donald Trump has put together a star-studded line-up for his official inauguration celebrations.
Incredible journey of Trump's mother
Donald Trump's mother Mary Anne MacLeod grew up on the Hebridean island of Lewis.
Donald Trump presidency: How the world has already changed
The businessman's surprise win in the US election has already had a major impact on the world.
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