A minute's silence has been observed as search teams are still trying to retrieve two missing bodies.
Their first job will be to vote on the EU withdrawal bill that the PM wants to bring back before Christmas.
BBC Africa Eye uncovered an illegal network that lures women to India from Africa for sex work.
Landslide debris from the collapsed Anak Krakatau volcano is imaged on the seabed for the first time.
The law lets migrants fleeing religious persecution claim citizenship - but not if they are Muslim.
A video which showed the man berating his Aboriginal neighbour has caused outrage in Australia.
Food systems are behind poor growth and over-eating in many low-income countries, a report says.
Exhausted delegates reach agreement on the key question of ambition with tricky issues postponed.
The professional hunters shot dead a collared elephant in Botswana, angering conservationists.
Jeremy Corbyn says he is "sorry we came up short", while John McDonnell says he "owns this disaster".
Sunday's live match is struck off schedules after a player attacked China's treatment of Uighur Muslims.
Karina, a Danish-French actress, was the muse of director Jean-Luc Godard.
It is believed the man shot outside a luxury hotel in Buenos Aires was 50-year-old Matthew Gibbard.
The teenage climate activist says the phrase has a different meaning in her first language, Swedish.
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