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Zimbabwe latest: Ruling Zanu-PF urges Mugabe to step down
Pressure builds on the embattled president to stand aside, with a big protest planned for Saturday.
Brexit: EU gives May two weeks to act on divorce bill and Ireland
Theresa May is told to put more money on the table and address Irish border concerns within two weeks.
Four die as aircraft and helicopter crash in mid-air near Waddesdon
Police say an investigation has been launched into the cause of the crash over Buckinghamshire.
Iranian boy leads friend to food video
A touching moment said to be in the aftermath of the Iranian earthquake isn't what it seems.
Argentine navy loses contact with submarine
A vessel with 44 crew on board has not made contact for 48 hours, the navy says.
Dog owners have lower mortality, study finds
Researchers found a lower risk of cardiovascular disease in owners of dogs, especially hunting breeds.
Fireball in Finland sky 'probably a meteorite'
The suspected meteor shook buildings when it raced through the sky in Lapland.
Fantastic Beasts 2: First look at Jude Law's young Dumbledore
JK Rowling's Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald first cast photo has been revealed
Jesse Jackson diagnosed with Parkinson's
Civil rights activist says he began to notice symptoms three years ago but was only recently tested.
Ohio Supreme Court Judge Bill O'Neill brags of sex conquests
The jurist, who proclaimed to speak for "all heterosexual males", provokes a firestorm of ridicule.
Venezuela crisis: Caracas Mayor Antonio Ledezma flees country
Mayor Antonio Ledezma, who had been under house arrest since 2015, escapes to Colombia.
Turkey abandons Nato drill over portrayal as the enemy
Reports say Turkey's president and founder were used to illustrate the enemy in the Nato exercise.
US Navy: Penis in sky drawn by jet trail was 'unacceptable'
The phallic outline over an airbase in Washington State provoked mirth, but not everyone was amused.
North Korean defector found to have 'enormous parasites'
Doctors say they have "never seen anything like this" - with the longest worm 27cm (11in) long.
The baby born at Britain's busiest station
Baby Reign arrived early after his mother went into labour on a train.
The humanoid robot that can do a backflip
Atlas, a humanoid robot developed by Boston Dynamics, is now able to perform backflips.
Tesla shows off new truck and surprise Roadster
Tesla shows off a long awaited truck, but surprises with its new Roadster sports car.
Poor Mahrez! Is this the angriest interview outburst ever?
Algeria head coach Rabah Madjer loses his temper when a journalist asks Leicester City midfielder Riyad Mahrez a question about the team's recent displays.
7 days quiz: Why did the Japanese train leave the station early?
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?
Cars driven by Bond Girls go on display
Cars driven by female characters who starred alongside 007 have gone on display.
Coptic Christian: 'I forgive the people who killed my granddaughter Maggie'
Samir Abdo's granddaughter was killed in a terror attack at an Egyptian chapel in 2016.
Turkey coup trial: The lives on hold
As the mass trial over 2016's attempted coup continues, the BBC meets those left behind.
Dog foster carers helping abuse victims keep their pets
Gemma left her violent partner but was worried for the safety of her dog Dusty. An amazing person stepped in to help.
Africa's top shots: 10-16 November 2017
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Saudi women on what life's really like
Does the world have the right idea about women in Saudi Arabia?
Indonesia's Orang Rimba: Forced to renounce their faith
As the palm oil industry grows, some Orang Rimba have had to abandon their nomadic forest lifestyle.
The deadly problem with US college fraternities
So far in 2017 four fraternity members have died on US college campuses.
Germany coalition: Merkel's 'political party poker'
The BBC's Jenny Hill says failure to reach a deal could herald the end of Mrs Merkel's leadership.
Why did Catalonia's exiled leaders flee to Belgium?
Dutch-speaking nationalists in Belgium show solidarity with the exiled Catalan leaders.
A failed 'Swedish flag' hoax shows the decline of the extremist 4chan message board
The failure of a 4chan prank shows how the extremist site's influence is on the wane.
Srebrenica survivor: 'The soil is soaked with blood'
A man who played dead to escape Srebrenica returns to where hundreds were taken to be killed.
Inside Uganda's abandoned hospitals
The BBC's Catherine Byaruhanga finds abandoned hospitals and desperate patients in Uganda.
Returning to Kashmir, where our parents were shot in front of us
Doug Dykes was a toddler, his brother James a baby, when their parents were shot in front of their eyes in Kashmir in 1947.
Chris Coleman leaves Wales role for Sunderland job
Chris Coleman leaves his job with Wales after almost six years to take over at Championship club Sunderland.
Andy Murray: British number one splits with coach Ivan Lendl
Andy Murray announces he and coach Ivan Lendl "mutually agree" to end their working relationship.
Michael O'Neill: Northern Ireland manager set for talks with SFA over Scotland job
Northern Ireland boss Michael O'Neill is granted permission to speak to the Scottish FA about becoming Scotland manager.
Autumn internationals: Scotland eye first NZ win, England aim for Ashes marker
Scotland hunt a landmark win over world champions New Zealand while England attempt to set the Ashes tone at Twickenham.
Phil Jones: Jose Mourinho says defender had six injections to play for England
Phil Jones was given six injections by England medical staff so he could play against Germany, says Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho.
Ashes: Are Australia in worse shape than England after squad announcement?
A keeper who doesn't keep and six players dropped - why Australia's "moronic" selectors may have given England a timely boost before the Ashes.
ATP Finals: Jamie Murray & Bruno Soares beat Lukasz Kubot & Marcelo Melo to reach semis
Jamie Murray and Bruno Soares beat top seeds Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo to reach the last four at the ATP Finals.
Zimbabwe Mugabe: Where do deposed leaders go?
Where do world leaders go when they're cast out of power and need to find a safe haven fast?
Respect your elders: Why cultural norms benefit Mugabe
Why political veterans like Robert Mugabe still command the respect and goodwill of their opponents.
Five things you should know
Five things you need to know about the background to Zimbabwe's political crisis.
What next for the Mugabes?
We look at some of the options for Zimbabwe, its president, and his wife after the military takeover
Zimbabwe yearns for change of any kind
In the depths of an economic abyss, the political crisis now offers hope to many Zimbabweans.
Zimbabwe crisis: Who is Grace Mugabe?
Zimbabwe's first lady, or "Gucci Grace" to some, was tipped to be the country's next president.
What is going on in Zimbabwe?
What's happening in Zimbabwe, and is it a coup?

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