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US says Jewish settlements no longer illegal
The Palestinians express outrage at the US decision
Iran protests: UN fears dozens of people have been killed
Some sources have indicated that about 200 people may have died
Impeachment witness 'concerned' by Trump call
The hearings are investigating whether Mr Trump abused his presidential power
UK consulate worker in Hong Kong alleges Chinese torture
Simon Chen says he was abused for allegedly inciting unrest in Hong Kong
Prince Andrew stepping back from royal duties
The prince asked the Queen for permission to withdraw for the "foreseeable future"
DR Congo: Measles outbreak kills nearly 5000
Health ministry says there have been nearly 250,000 cases since January.
Israel PM Netanyahu charged with corruption
The prime minister calls the charges an "attempted coup”
Chagos Islands dispute: UK misses deadline to return control
UK has ignored a deadline to return control of an overseas territory to Mauritius
Donald Trump wants full trial in impeachment investigation.
The president says he’ll welcome a chance to defend himself against Ukraine allegations
Bolivian Senate approves election bill
The bill allows a fresh presidential election
Opposition win huge victory in Hong Kong election
Pro-democracy candidates deliver a stunning reverse to the pro-Beijing chief executive
Hong Kong elections: Carrie Lam promises 'open mind' after election
Local elections saw massive gains by pro-democracy candidates
Argentina: Catholic priests sentenced in child sex abuse case
Clerics convicted of sexually assaulting children at school for the deaf
UN says drastic action needed over carbon emissions
Warnings that current targets fall far short of what's required
Resignations spark Malta crisis in murder scandal
The journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in 2017 after blogging about corruption
Bangladesh: Islamists sentenced to death for 2016 attack at Dhaka cafe
Seven Islamists sentenced for attack in which 22 people, mostly foreigners, were killed
More protests in Malta demanding the resignation of PM Muscat over murder scandal
Protesters sat in the road near the parliament building and chanted "Muscat out"
Iraq: More deaths in latest wave of protests
More than 20 anti-government protestors killed in clashes with security forces
Trump makes first Afghan trip for Thanksgiving
13,000 US troops remain in Afghanistan
Iraq: PM Abdul Mahdi to resign after bloodiest day of protests
Announcement comes after more than 40 anti-government protestors were killed in one day
London Bridge attacker had terror conviction
The attacker was out of prison on licence
Maltese businessman charged over journalist murder
Yorgen Fenech appears in court in connection with the death of Daphne Caruana Galizia
Malta prime minister Joseph Muscat to resign in new year
Joseph Muscat announces he'll hand over power, amid a crisis over a murdered journalist.
Climate change: COP25 Madrid gets underway
Scientists, activists & leaders gather for the UN climate summit
Prince Andrew's accuser calls for public support
Virginia Giuffre tells the BBC she is standing by her story.
Nato: Trump blasts Macron 'brain dead' comments as 'nasty'
Mr Trump is in London to mark the Western military alliance's 70th anniversary
Trump impeachment evidence 'overwhelming'
The impeachment inquiry report says evidence suggests Donald Trump abused his powers
NATO leaders signal unity at meeting amid rows
President Trump told allies that the Chinese firm Huawei posed a security risk
Trump impeachment: Law experts give legal opinion for and against impeachment
Law experts testify to House Judiciary Committee to draw up articles of impeachment
Workers in France stage a nationwide strike against pension reforms
Transport workers, teachers and other public sector workers join demonstrations
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Trump impeachment will go ahead
House will file impeachment charges against President Trump for alleged abuse of power
Auschwitz visit: Angela Merkel warns of resurgence of intolerance
German Chancellor makes her first trip while in office to Auschwitz death camp in Poland
Saudi student kills 3 in US
Donald Trump says the Saudi king has expressed condolences
US and Iranian men in prisoner swap
Iran freed US student Xiyue Wang; America released Iranian scientist Massoud Soleimani
FBI believes Florida navy attacker acted alone
Florida navy attack is presumed terrorism – FBI
'No sign of life' after New Zealand volcano erruption
Five people are confirmed dead but around 20 more are missing
No sign of life after volcanic eruption in New Zealand.
New Zealand's Prime Minister says survivors unlikely following White Island eruption.
Myanmar Rohingya: Suu Kyi to defend genocide charge at UN court
At the ICJ, she heard allegations Myanmar committed atrocities against Muslim Rohingya
Democrats unveil Trump impeachment charges
US president accused of abusing his powers and obstructing Congress
Aung San Suu Kyi defends Myanmar against genocide allegations
The de-facto leader told the UN's top court that the accusations were misleading
India approves 'anti-Muslim' citizenship law
Critics say the bill is discriminatory
Protests mar Algeria's presidential election
Demonstrators boycott the vote and want to sweep away the entire political establishment
Exit poll suggests Conservatives on course to win majority in UK general election
Predictions say it will be the biggest Conservative majority since 1987
Resounding win for the Conservatives in Britain's general election
With most of the votes counted PM Boris Johnson secures overall majority.
UK general election 2019: Boris Johnson says it's time to 'get Brexit done'
UK's PM says he hopes his party's election win will bring 'closure' to Brexit debate
British PM urges let the healing begin after poll win
The Tories won a parliamentary majority of 80