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Russia's foreign minister says Syrian army has suspended fighting in eastern Aleppo
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An exclusive interview with disgraced former FIFA President Sepp Blatter.
With presidential elections looming in Kenya, we look at the issue of corruption.
Kenza Isnasni's parents were shot dead by a neighbour in an Islamophobic attack (R)
Does Kurdish ambition for independence threaten more instability in Iraq?
Are fossilised rock structures on Mars made by microbes? (R)
Korean impeachment vote; Aleppo fighting; Astronaut John Glenn dies.
S.Korea impeachment vote; John Glenn dies; Muslim British women
An exclusive interview with disgraced former FIFA President Sepp Blatter. (R)
S.Korea impeachment vote; John Glenn dead; E-Cigarettes
South Korea impeachment; Aleppo fighting; John Glenn dies
President Park must step aside while the Constitutional Court considers its verdict
How a new government must revive stagnating industries, boost power, and lower inflation.
Sizani Ngubane set up the Rural Women's Movement in South Africa in the 1990s
Will President Kabila heed opposition demands for him to leave office?
South Korea's parliament votes to impeach Park Geun-hye over a corruption scandal
President Park Geun-hye apologises for creating "national chaos" in corruption scandal.
BBC Africa's Umaru Fofana takes us behind the scenes in Gambia's historic elections
New report says more than 1,000 elite Russian athletes cheated in international sports.
Russian athletes accused of doping; Dutch hate speech conviction; Ghana elections
Does Amazon's shop without cashiers say the tech business puts progress before people?
Arsenal can go top of the Premier League if they beat Stoke by more than two goals.
We hear from South Koreans about the vote to impeach President Park Geun-hye
BBC Africa's Umaru Fofana takes us behind the scenes in Gambia's historic elections (R)
WADA says the Russian team at the London Games in 2012 had corrupted the Olympics
At a televised meeting with government ministers, President Park said she was sorry.
The IOC will re-test Russian samples from the London Olympics and Sochi Winter Olympics
Does Kurdish ambition for independence threaten more instability in Iraq? (R)
Why did this type of aggressive behaviour evolve? And what purpose does it serve?
Tim Harford explains the numbers and statistics in the news and in life.
Nana Akufo-Addo wins presidential poll; 100s of Aleppo men missing; Kirk Douglas at 100
President Obama orders probe into foreign intervention in US presidential election
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Will President Kabila heed opposition demands for him to leave office? (R)
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Trump is changing the way the US treats China. Beijing won't like it. Taiwan will...
How corrupt is the US compared to other countries? (R)