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Friends of the dead talk of their grief, following the air crash which killed 71 people.
President-elect Donald Trump begins his victory tour of America in the state of Indiana.
South African vet Mike Toft who's protecting the country's rhinos from extinction (R)
5/5 Zoleka Mandela enjoyed many privileges but her life has been anything but easy.
The bones of hominin Lucy, show she may have walked upright, but she still climbed trees (R)
Hollande steps back; Trump names General; UN apology to Haiti
Trump appointments; Parents disarm son; Abuse in sport
Friends of the dead talk of their grief, following the air crash which killed 71 people. (R)
Trump government; Nigeria food crisis; Sporting abuse
US Defence Secretary; Italy referendum; Abuse in sport
Diesel ban; Trump appointments; Artificial dog nose
A vote on constitutional reform may have big implications for Italy's economy and the EU.
In December 1976 gunmen tried to kill the legendary reggae singer at his home in Jamaica.
The past, present and future of the Guantanamo Bay detention centre.
European jihadists may step up attacks. Also: a synthetic Labrador's nose
The retired general and former Marine has a reputation for tough language
The rise and fall of the late president's daughter.
Boko Haram insurgency 'means farmers can't plant crops', Chelsea allegations, BREXIT
Trump names secretary of defence; 4 cities to ban diesel; shock result in Gambia election
Rory Cellan-Jones finds out why Finland is a tech powerhouse at Slush 2016.
Lee James previews the weekend's Premier League action, including Man City v Chelsea.
Gambians react with shock and celebrate in the streets as President Jammeh is defeated
Valery Giscard d'Estaing on Europe; private space exploration; plus the end of privacy?
Yahya Jammeh was beaten in landslide, Rosberg quits F1, UN warns of starvation in Nigeria
Italy goes to the polls on Sunday, in a vote which could unseat Prime Minister Renzi
Incumbent Yahya Jammeh defeated after more than twenty years in power
5/5 Zoleka Mandela enjoyed many privileges but her life has been anything but easy. (R)
Why do we understand so little about female sexual pleasure?
The survey by the Indian PM that breaks all the polling rules.
Gambian president loses election; Duran Duran's legal battle; Mexico's Fox on Trump
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Italy goes to the polls on Sunday, in a vote which could unseat Prime Minister Renzi.
The past, present and future of the Guantanamo Bay detention centre. (R)
A photographer from Lebanon plans to visit every town called Lebanon in the US.
Global business news, with live guests and contributions from Asia and the USA.
The rise and fall of the late president's daughter. (R)
How a new training system could reduce deadly police shootings in the US
As Test cricket seeks bigger crowds two rival manufacturers try to make the ideal ball.
The Syrian army seized vital ground in Aleppo. Is it a victory for Russia too?
A photographer from Lebanon plans to visit every town called Lebanon in the US. (R)