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Twelve politicians and activists face sedition charges over an independence referendum in 2017.
Syrian government forces will be deployed along Syria's northern border to halt Turkey's assault.
The conservative nationalist Law and Justice party is on course for a majority, an exit poll predicts.
A giant anti-communist protest in Leipzig in October 1989 doomed the East German state.
Yasuke was entrusted with decapitating his Japanese lord - a huge honour 500 years ago.
Hillary and Dawn were strangers who shared a driveway - until Hillary made a life-altering discovery.
"We were the only white people on the bus - and the only people to get off at death row."
Norma Ka Mbele tells her story, amid protests over high rates of sexual violence in South Africa.
When Timo Boldt realised he wanted to get meal kits delivered, he decided to set up his own firm.
The future of Northern Ireland's border dominates, while Parliament reconvenes for the Queen's Speech.
A physiotherapist working with wild dolphins in the Amazon river has helped more than 600 children.
Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's European Championship qualifying game between Bulgaria and England.
The poll projected a landslide victory for conservative Kais Saied who faced a media mogul rival.
Gareth Bale's equaliser against Croatia in Cardiff keeps Wales' European Championship qualifying hopes alive.
Petr Cech saves two penalties on his debut as Guildford Phoenix beat Swindon Wildcats 2 in a shoot-out.
Brigid Kosgei claims a new women's marathon world record in Chicago, beating the time set by Britain's Paula Radcliffe in 2003.
China's president says trying to divide China will end in "crushed bodies" in a warning to Hong Kong.
Simone Biles becomes the most decorated gymnast in World Championships history with five gold medals in Stuttgart, to take her tally to a staggering 25.
Watch highlights as Carolina Panthers beat Tampa Bay Buccaneers 37-26 in the second NFL match to be played at Tottenham as part of the London Series.
Charlotte Charles and Tim Dunn hope to take up the offer of meeting Anne Sacoolas.
The move by the son of former US Vice-President Joe Biden follows attacks by President Donald Trump.
Simone Biles becomes the most decorated gymnast in World Championships history by winning two more golds on Sunday to reach 25 medals overall.
Atatiana Jefferson was shot through a window after a neighbour asked police to check on her welfare.
Joe Fraser wins Great Britain's first ever gold medal on the parallel bars at the World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart.
Scotland crash out of the World Cup at the pool stage for only the second time after being beaten by an irrepressible Japan in Yokohama.
Plus paintings "coming to life" in your round-up of news you might have missed this week.
The BBC discovered three children from the same family stranded after their parents died in the fighting with Islamic State.
Sylvia Gathoni on finding her winning streak in the high-stakes arena of e-sports.
The worst typhoon to hit the country in decades brings deadly flooding and landslides.
The British paraclimber Jesse Dufton said he was the first blind climber to lead an ascent of the sea stack.
While traditional curry houses in the UK are struggling, an appetite for regional, authentic South Asian cuisine is growing.
Too much money is focused on the big nations in rugby union, an ex-England international says.
The former attorney general was booted from her party, but is now seeking to re-enter parliament.
Four weeks into the car giant's strike, workers are losing money but say they will continue to protest.
Angelina Jolie champions the role men can play in shaping the personalities of young girls.
Microplastics are everywhere, but how worried should we be? Scientists are on a mission to find out more.
The BBC's Frank Gardner, a visitor to the kingdom for decades, shares his tips for places to see.
A tragedy in Thailand has pulled on our heartstrings, and can help us learn about elephant empathy.
For record producers, finding new musicians is a constant quest but for this couple, the hunt took them far.
Amina Art Ansari, whose paintings hang in Windsor Castle, has set up an art studio in Islamabad where she uses art therapy to help her students.
If Donna Heuerman looks out of her window she sees rows of bricks left by her teenage son, Jonjo.
A prominent Ghanaian journalist writes about being sexually abused when she was just seven years old.
The fires in the Amazon have been dampened - but it's not the only area under threat.
The murder of four people is being seen as the worst assault in France since the Paris attacks of 2015.
Chinese and US officials accuse each other of trying to undermine each other’s political systems.
Ruth Murray wanted to stay connected to her late brother but then a stranger answered his phone.
Photographer Aletheia Casey talks about her latest project exploring Australia's history.
Girls in Kenya's biggest slum are breaking their silence about parental and sexual abuse.
Marvel is celebrating 80 years of making comics and its rise to one of Hollywood's biggest names.
In an innovative project in Colombia, blind and visually impaired women check for signs of breast cancer.
What happens behind closed doors at some of West Africa’s most prestigious universities.