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Successful launch of SpaceX rocket after September launchpad explosion
The private Californian company SpaceX has successfully launched a Falcon 9 rocket.
Peterhansel and Sunderland make Dakar Rally history
Stephane Peterhansel cemented his legacy as a Dakar Rally legend after claiming a record-extending 13th title at the event.
Poland welcomes 4,000 US troops as part of NATO deployment
It is seen as a show of force to Russia, which has slammed the move as a threat to its national security.
Stoch carries winning form to Wisla
Double Olympic champion Kamil Stoch continued his fine form of late by winning a world cup ski jumping event on home snow in Wisla, Poland.
Clashes between police and refugees in Florence
There have been scuffles between Somali refugees and police outside the office of regional authorities in Florence.
More than 10.7 million in need of urgent help amid Boko Haram insurgency
There are some new alarming figures about the worsening refugee crisis in the north of Nigeria and neighbouring countries.
Football players in Turin respond to call to help the homeless
A show of solidarity from two football stars in Turin in Italy.
New Palestinian embassy opened in the Vatican
The Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas also had an audience with Pope Francis, with discussions on how peace can be achieved
Kosovo angered by Serbia's 'provocative' train
Serbian authorities have sent a promotional train to north Kosovo for the first time in 18 years, a move deemed a 'serious provocation' by Pristina.
Africa-France summit kicks off in Mali
The 27th Africa-France summit has kicked off with more than 30 African leaders meeting with French officials in the Malian capital, Bamako.
Soldiers retake key parts of Mosul university but ISIL puts up stiff resistance
The recapture of the university would be a symbolic victory against ISIL, as the militants had been using it as a kind of headquarters
Europe grapples with plunging temperatures, flood threats and heavy snowfall
The continent is dealing with week of extreme cold and blizzard-like conditions.
British government distances itself from ex-MI6 agent behind unverified Trump-Russia dossier
UK PM Theresa May told reporters 'the individual who produced this dossier has not worked for the UK government for years.'
Reports link Syrian president Assad to chemical attacks for the first time, Reuters
A list produced by international investigators indicates that Bashar al-Assad and his brother were linked to the decision to use toxic weapons in 2014 and 2015.
Nintendo's Switch excites gamers
Nintendo unveiled their latest console, the Switch, at a presentation in Tokyo on Friday (13 January).
Rockin' rugby with Elvis Down Under
Amateur rugby players donned wigs and white jumpsuits on Friday (13 January) for a rugby match that pipped The Blue Suede Shoes against the Reddy Teddies in the town of Parkes, west of…
An icy Danube
Ice floats down the Danube river in the scenic capital of Budapest, Hungary on a sunny Thursday (12 January).
Obamacare days 'numbered' after US Republicans take first step to 'repeal and replace'
House of Representatives voted to pass a measure to roll back the programme which gave health coverage to 20 million Americans.
SpaceX rocket to launch for first time since September blast
The American SpaceX rocket company is set to fly again.
USA: stolen baby found alive 18-years later
Police in South Carolina say they have found a woman who is believed to have been kidnapped hours after her birth 18-years ago.
'Exorcist' author William Peter Blatty dies
The novelist and filmmaker who wrote “The Exorcist”, William Peter Blatty, has died at the age of 89 in Maryland.
Takata agrees to pay $1bn in US over faulty airbags
The Japanese car parts maker Takata has agreed to plead guilty and pay a billion dollars – over 900 million euros – in fines and compensation for hiding dangerous defects in its…
'New deal' with mutinous soldiers defuses Ivory Coast tensions
Ivory Coast’s Defence Minister Alain-Richard Donwahi pursued talks with mutinous soldiers’ leaders on Friday in Bouake, the city where he had been held against his will just a week…
Trump team confirms advisor's call with Russian envoy
Claims that Michael Flynn spoke several times to Russia's ambassador as the US imposed sanctions has fuelled queries on Trump's Kremlin links.