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Iraq says defeating ISIL will take three more months
Tributes pour in as 'Star Wars' actress Carrie Fisher dies at 60
Ronaldo scoops another individual award at Globe Soccer ceremony
Cristiano Ronaldo will have to make more room in his trophy cabinet after the Portugual international was named Globe Soccer player of the year.
Berlin's Jewish community pays tribute to lorry attack victims
George Michael - the Good Samaritan
Anger in Romania as president blocks female Muslim as PM nominee
'Star Wars' actress Carrie Fisher dies aged 60
US actress Carrie Fisher, famous for playing Princess Leia in Star Wars, has died aged 60.
Argentina's ex-president Cristina Fernandez charged in corruption case
Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has been indicted for corruption.
Palestinian president hails historic UN condemnation of Israel
UN resolution was possible when the US broke with past practice and abstained during voting in the Security Council
Air pollution in Europe
France, Italy, the United Kingdom, Spain or Bosnia-Herzegovina….
Italian police release CCTV image of suspected Berlin lorry attacker in Milan
China says Pearl Harbor visit won't 'clear' Japan's wartime role
Alpine skiing: Jansrud continues perfect super-G start with Santa Caterina win
There have been three men’s super-G races so far this World Cup season and Norwegian star Kjetil Jansrud has now won them all.
Asylum request in US by first female Afghan fighter pilot causes stir
Niloofar Rahmani was supposed to return to Kabul over the weekend after a much-publicised stint of 15 months' training with the US Air Force
In pictures: homeless Iranians find shelter from cold in empty graves
A series of dramatic photographs showing homeless people sheltering from the winter cold in a graveyard is stirring emotions in Iran.
The story behind the Tupolev-154
Russia says Syrian government and opposition in talks
US to check social media posts before allowing visitors entry
The USA has begun asking travelers to give details of their social media accounts when applying to visit to identify and prevent potentially dangerous people entering the country.
Faces of 2017: Ten to watch for Europe
The European Union enters 2017 under siege from without and within, facing challenges to the east, west and south
Romania's President rejects left's nominee for prime minister
Takanakuy: Peruvian fight club festival to solve disputes before the New Year
Participants in Peru’s annual slugfest battled it out on Sunday in the local Takanakuy fighting festival aimed at settling old scores and starting the new year…
Court rejects dropping of blasphemy charges against Jakarta governor
Basuki Purnama is accused of insulting the Koran in a case that's divided opinion in Muslim-majority Indonesia
360º Video: noon at the Museum
Once a month, Lyon’s Arts and Crafts Museum organises a guided tour, focused on a particular piece of artwork and a concert related to the piece.
First trial related to Turkey's failed coup begins near Istanbul
Twenty nine police officers charged with disobeying orders have appeared in court
Breakaway South Korean New Conservatives want Ban Ki-moon to topple President Park
Russia waits for plane crash answers after black box recovery
Taiwanese school's Nazi Christmas causes storm, director resigns
A school in Taiwan has created international outrage by holding a Nazi-themed Christmas parade.
The long list of creative geniuses lost in 2016
Plane crashes on takeoff at Goa airport - 15 injured
A passenger plane with 161 people on board has skidded off the runway at Goa airport, injuring 15 people.
Mexican teen's birthday party goes viral
Little did this Mexican family know that by posting an invitation to their daughter’s coming-of-age party on Facebook, 1.