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Mattis: US national security focus no longer terrorism
The defence secretary says competition between great powers is now the primary focus.
Pope Francis 'slander' comment angers Chile abuse victims
Francis said there was no evidence a Chilean bishop had covered up another priest's actions.
Data-stealing spyware 'traced to Lebanon'
Nation-state malware dubbed Dark Caracal uncovered by security researchers.
Michael Douglas: Former employee accuses actor of sexual harassment
Susan Braudy claims she felt "humiliated" by the Hollywood star's behaviour.
Nasa removes US astronaut from ISS mission
Jeanette Epps would have been the first African-American astronaut on the space station crew.
President Putin plunges into icy water to mark Epiphany
Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken part in a traditional Orthodox ritual to mark the feast of Epiphany.
Pakistan Zainab murder: DNA suggests suspect in other case was 'innocent'
DNA tests suggest the real killer could be linked to several other killings - and still at large.
US shutdown: Senate bill on verge of collapse amid rancour
The Senate lacks the votes needed to avert a federal closure that may carry huge political fallout.
British 'extreme kayaker' sets 128ft waterfall record
Bren Orton plunged down the Big Banana falls in Mexico, setting a British record.
Europe storm: Germany in huge clean-up as trains run again
Dutch and German transport resumes but removing all the storm debris is a huge task.
Turkey steps up Syria shelling as invasion of Afrin looms
It says it marks the start of a planned invasion of northern Syria to wipe out Kurdish fighters.
Patricia Dagorn: France's 'Black Widow' jailed for poisonings
Patricia Dagorn was accused of poisoning four men, two of whom died, in attempts to enrich herself.
Fake-bomb TV crew held at New Jersey airport
The crew allegedly tried to get the device past security at Newark Liberty and film the response.
Russian social media defends air cadets dancing in underwear
Would-be pilots saved from expulsion after social media steps in to defend their 'fooling around'.
Fishermen escape crash by split-second
Watch how fishermen in Oregon react as a boat speeds straight towards them.
Jacinda Ardern: Working mums on how to survive a short maternity leave
The New Zealand prime minister will be taking six weeks maternity leave before returning to her job.
Meghan Markle: Why people love Prince Harry's fiancee
Fans of Meghan Markle describe what they like so much about the future wife of Prince Harry.
London is lit up by Lumiere festival
The four-night festival is illuminating landmarks across the city.
Australia's Channel 9 news promo looks like BBC's version
Channel 9's promo for its Today show was copied, at moments, word for word from the BBC's promo video.
Cosmetic firms 'need to do more for women of colour'
Beauty blogger Jackie Aina wants the cosmetic industry to do more for women of colour.
'Adolescence now lasts from 10 to 24'
Delayed marriage and parenthood has pushed back perceptions of when adulthood starts.
Hope for threatened 'little tiger cat'
Habitat fragmentation is a bigger threat to Chile's wildcat than human persecution, say conservationists.
How to survive in Moscow without sunshine
Moscow endured a December without sunshine - Oleg Boldyrev describes a hundred shades of grey.
US government shutdown: How did we get here again?
The US is days away from a potential government shutdown. It's happened before. What is going on?
North Korean skiers dream of Paralympic success
Two novice skiers are set to represent their country for the first time at the Winter Paralympics.
Do Trump's 'business conflicts' still matter?
What happened to worries about President Trump's potential conflicts of interest?
Israel's Indian Jews and their lives in the 'promised land'
Indian-origin Jews moved to Israel soon after its creation, but their lives have not been easy.
Cancer in a country with no radiotherapy machine
Uganda's only machine broke in 2016, leaving hundreds of patients without adequate care.
Will we ever be able to trust driverless cars?
As cars become more automated, some experts worry that we are becoming complacent drivers.
Bollywood film breaks the taboo around periods
The story of one man's quest to make cheap sanitary pads has been made into a comedy.
I begged social services to take my children away
Sam spent more than 20 years as an addict before overcoming a cycle of trauma and abusive relationships.
Australia v England: Tourists hold nerve to take 2-0 series lead
England hold their nerve to take a 2-0 lead in the one-day international series with a four-wicket victory over Australia at Brisbane.
Pele in hospital: Brazil legend 'collapsed with exhaustion'
Brazil legend Pele is in hospital after collapsing with exhaustion before a planned trip to London.
Alexis Sanchez: Gossip column extra on a possible move to Manchester United from to Arsenal
BBC Sport's David Ornstein and Simon Stone discuss the details of the imminent transfer of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal to Manchester United.
Australian Open: Kyle Edmund battles extreme heat to reach fourth round
Kyle Edmund fights back in punishing heat to beat Nikoloz Basilashvili in five sets and reach the Australian Open fourth round.
Australian Open 2018: Jelena Ostapenko beaten by Anett Kontaveit; Caroline Wozniacki through
World number seven Jelena Ostapenko is beaten by Estonia's Anett Kontaveit in the third round of the Australian Open.

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