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A day in the life of Travis "Castaway" Waters, the South African who gets paid to play video games.
As the UN climate change conference ends, BBC Science's David Shukman takes a look at melting ice caps.
Chileans vote for a new president as President Michelle Bachelet comes to the end of her term.
India records more so-called "killfie" incidents than any other country, researchers say.
A new dispute about Russian "fake news" centres on the Catalonia crisis, Ellis Palmer writes.
The two Middle Eastern powers have long been rivals but recently it all got a lot more tense.
A Mexican arrested in hospital by police over the killing of 72 migrants has since died.
Moscow uses its 11th UN veto since the Syria conflict began to block an investigative body.
Notorious Sicilian Mafia "boss of all bosses" Salvatore "Toto" Riina has died from cancer in jail, aged 87.
Several firms are reported to be interested in parts of 21st Century Fox, but would Murdoch really sell?
Saad Hariri says he is "on the way to the airport", denying claims he is being held in Saudi Arabia.
The jurist, who proclaimed to speak for "all heterosexual males", provokes a firestorm of ridicule.
Forgetting the gun was loaded, the parishioner shot himself in the hand and his wife in the abdomen.
Calls are growing for the veteran leader to step down, ahead of a protest rally on Saturday.
The suspected meteor shook buildings when it raced through the sky in Lapland.
Reports say Turkey's president and founder were used to illustrate the enemy in the Nato exercise.
Civil rights activist says he began to notice symptoms three years ago but was only recently tested.
The phallic outline over an airbase in Washington State provoked mirth, but not everyone was amused.
Mayor Antonio Ledezma, who had been under house arrest since 2015, escapes to Colombia.
Where do world leaders go when they're cast out of power and need to find a safe haven fast?