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A group of musicians, television producers and filmmakers have launched a project to help re-build The Gambia's shattered economy, following 22 years of brutal rule under the country's former dictator.
Pakistani police say a Muslim cleric has been arrested over the murder of social media star Qandeel Baloch.
Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has broken down in tears as he paid tribute to the lead singer of rock band Tragically Hip on national television.
A celebrity TV host says she plans to run in the next year's Russian presidential election where she is expected to face Vladimir Putin.
The Spanish government has issued a final warning to Catalan leaders - abandon independence or we will take your regional autonomy away.
A second US judge has blocked Donald Trump's latest travel ban, delivering a setback to the President's third attempt at what has been widely described as a Muslim Ban.
We did not expect to meet so many people.
An organised crime group is believed to be behind an explosion that blew the doors off a police station in Sweden.
Four British nationals have been kidnapped from a remote village in Nigeria, police and community leaders have said.
At the heart of Xi Jinping's almost three-and-a-half hour speech was a single clear message - we are entering a new era.
Satellite images have emerged that allegedly prove Rohingya villages were torched after Myanmar said "clearance operations" had ceased.
US-backed Syrian forces have celebrated taking Raqqa from Islamic State
by doing doughnuts in their army tank - the same way the militants had marked gaining control of the city three years ago.
Two airport security officers have been sacked for their part in the forcible removal of a passenger from a plane that left him bleeding from a broken nose and two broken teeth.
Donald Trump's wealth has declined by $600m (£455m) in the last year as the value of luxury property in New York falls, it has been reported.
The launch site for several of North Korea's nuclear tests appears to be caving in - a condition known as "Tired Mountain Syndrome".
Australian scientists are racing to save critically endangered swift parrots from being "massacred" by sugar glider predators in Tasmania's ancient forests.
George Saunders has won the prestigious Man Booker Prize for fiction with his first novel, Lincoln In The Bardo.
FTSE 100 mining giant Rio Tinto has been fined a record £27m by the City watchdog over "inaccurate and misleading" financial statements after an African coal investment turned sour.
China's largest political event, the twice-a-decade Communist Party congress, has started in Beijing.
At least 41 people have died in Portugal, where firefighters are slowly gaining control over the 15 major blazes.