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Kim says 'deranged' Trump shows need for nuclear programme
In unprecedented address, North Korea's leader says he is convinced developing weapons is "correct".
UK PM bids to break deadlock over Brexit
The PM will say in her Florence speech that both sides have a responsibility to get Brexit right.
Neanderthal brains 'grew more slowly'
A new study shows that Neanderthal brains developed more slowly than ours.
Amal Clooney and IS victim demand justice for Yazidis
The UN has passed a resolution to investigate war crimes committed by IS against the Yazidi people.
Rohingya refugees: Bay born while fleeing Myanmar
The Rohingya children from Myanmar born as refugees.
'Decapitated man' Halloween display in Tennessee sparks 911 calls
The stuffed puppet display, of a man decapitated by a garage door, spooked Tennessee residents.
Hurricane Maria 'leaves 15 dead in Dominica'
At least 15 people are dead and 20 are missing on Dominica after Hurricane Maria, the PM says.
Deadly fire engulfs Russian hotel
Two people died when the three star Torn House hotel in Rostov-on-Don caught fire.
New antibody attacks 99% of HIV strains
It will enter clinical trials to prevent and treat the infection next year.
Mexico earthquake: Death toll rises as search for survivors goes on
Rescuers believe survivors could still be found beneath buildings toppled by Tuesday's tremor.
Ex-NFL star Aaron Hernandez had 'most severe' brain disease
The former New England Patriot had the worst case of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, his lawyer says.
Man charged over Abbott 'same sex marriage' head-butt
Police charge 38-year-old over an alleged head-butt attack on ex-PM Tony Abbott on Thursday.
Donations soar to 'dress day' school
A politician said asking students to wear a dress for charity was "absurd" but it caused a donations surge.
Why some Catalans want independence... and some don't
Four people in Catalonia's capital city, Barcelona, tell us what it means to be Catalan - and why some people there want independence from Spain.
How business is driving the new space race
Why firms are spending millions to beat each other into orbit
Philippines protesters burn Duterte effigy
Thousands of protesters demand an end to the war on drugs, and martial law on the island of Mindanao.
7 days quiz: Where was Elisabeth Moss's secret message hidden?
7 days quiz: It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?
Kexit? Iraqi Kurdistan referendum explained
It's highly controversial, but these Kurds are adamant they will vote for their own state on Monday.
The revival of abandoned US schools
Photographers highlight the legacy and potential future of derelict schools in St Louis.
German election: How young voters are shaking up the election
"Ignored" by parties, here's how young German voters are mobilising ahead of the federal election.
'He was the man' - young artists on Basquiat
Young black artists celebrate Jean-Michel Basquiat's impact on art.
'Dotard' Trump? The story of 'rocket man' Kim's insult
The 14th Century term has never been so popular after North Korea's leader used it to insult Trump.
Helen Zille: Why South African politician will only shower every three days
South Africa's Helen Zille made the shock revelation, arguing greasy hair is now a status symbol.
German election marks unprecedented political shift
Sunday's election could see the first far-right party represented in Germany's parliament since WW2.
Trump supersizes America?s most famous aeroplane
Trump's Air Force One is similar to the one that Obama flew. But plans for a bigger one are now under way.
How 'the invisible network' poses a major security threat
Many firms have no idea how many devices are connected to their networks - a major cyber-security risk.
Is the US solar industry about to tear itself apart?
The fast-growing US solar industry is at odds with itself - and the decision may be left to Trump.
Mark Sampson: I'd like to see a female coach, says Kelly Smith
England women's record goalscorer Kelly Smith says she would like to see a female coach replace Mark Sampson.
England: Four Lions players left out as Marcus Smith named in training squad
Four players who toured with the British and Irish Lions are not in a 33-man England training squad for a camp in Oxford.
Romelu Lukaku: Striker says it is time to 'move on' from controversial chant
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku says he wants the club's fans to "move on" from their controversial chant about him.
Hughie Fury's hardcore training regime in the Lake District
BBC Sport talks to Hughie Fury in the Lake District about his hardcore training regime before his fight with Joseph Parker.
Women's Super League 2017-18: New calendar, new names and new goal alerts
As the new WSL season gets under way on Friday, BBC Sport looks at the inaugural winter calendar, the new signings and how you can follow the competition.
Mexico quake: Rescuers dig through rubble
Rescuers are frantically removing rubble - by machinery and by hand - in a race to reach survivors.
Who are Los Topos, Mexico's volunteer rescuers?
The Topos - or Moles - were formed after the massive 1985 earthquake to find life under rubble.
Mexico earthquake: The neighbourhood where one house survived
Hortensia Navarro's home withstood the earthquake, but all her neighbours have been left homeless.
Where is the worst damage?
A 7.1 magnitude earthquake hits central Mexico, killing more than 200 people and bringing down buildings in Mexico City.
The moment the quake struck
A strong earthquake has struck central Mexico, killing more than 220 people and toppling dozens of buildings in the capital, Mexico City.
How earthquake rescue works
People are still trapped among collapsed buildings in the aftermath of the earthquake in Mexico. This is how rescuers are trying to save them.
Mexico's earthquake at street level: What one man saw
In this photo essay, photographer Clayton Conn shares his experience of the Mexico City earthquake.
Why some buildings collapsed and others did not
Some buildings are still standing - is it down to architecture or geology?
In pictures: Buildings toppled
Images from Mexico where a 7.1 magnitude earthquake south of the capital has toppled buildings.
Social media voices 'Strength to Mexico' message
People across the world have taken to social media to share information and express solidarity
Buildings evacuated
Buildings have been evacuated in the capital, Mexico City, after a strong earthquake.
Phone footage shows quake damage
Video shows buildings toppled fire in Mexico City.
History of deadly earthquakes
Hundreds of thousands of people have lost their lives to earthquakes in the last 100 years and improvements in technology have only slightly reduced the death toll.

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