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UN wants inquiry after Burundi migrants are killed in DR Congo
Activists say police and soldiers opened fire as refugees protested plans to send them home
Athens Flying Week thrills crowds
Top aviation teams from around the world have been delighting thousands of spectators
Merkel targeted by nationalist right on German campaign trail
The German chancellor runs the gauntlet of jeering opponents ahead of next Sunday's elections.
Bavarian beer binge begins
Thousands of people wore their finest clothes on Sunday (September 17) for the annual Oktoberfest costume parade in Munich. Always held on the
EXCLUSIVE: Robert Gates advocates carrot-and-stick approach to North Korea
In an exclusive interview on the margins of the Yalta European Strategy forum in Kyiv, Ukraine, Former US Defense Secretary Gates suggested Washington should attempt to reach out the reclusive state to find a political solution to the crisis.
Humour in face of horror as Britons mock ISIL
Britons turned to humour to mock ISIL over its alleged involvement in Friday’s attempted bomb attack on the London Underground.
UK police raid house after 'significant' arrest over London attack
A teenager is in custody on suspicion of terrorism and a suburban house has been raided by police after Friday's bombing on a London commuter train.
Recycling hair extensions in Nairobi, Kenya
In one of Africa’s largest dumps, some residents are making a living by collecting and recycling hair from mountains of rubbish. Nairobi’s Dandora
Catalan mayors defy Madrid over independence vote
Spanish prosecutors have warned more than 700 mayors they could face criminal charges if they help carry out a Catalan independence referendum scheduled for Oct.1.
A "glorious Brexit"?
The UK foreign secretary has laid out his plans for the UK to exit the EU
Hungry Rohingya refugees rush for handouts at Bangladesh camp
New Rohingya arrivals at a Bangladesh border town scramble for emergency supplies.
Is Romania ready to deal with its rising migrant numbers?
Migrants have been crossing the Black Sea to Romania in increasing numbers.
Syria: Deir el-Zour civilians slowly recover from ISIL siege
A market has sprung up in the centre of the city where Syrian government forces recently ended a three-year siege by the militants.
Watch: Koala survives 16-km road trip trapped in 4x4's wheel arch
A koala survived a 16-kilometre road trip in Australia clinging to the axle of a four-wheel drive vehicle. The female koala had crawled into the
What we know: London Underground terrorist attack
An at-a-glance summary of developments in the London Underground terrorist attack.
Typhoon Doksuri batters central Vietnam
The typhoon, one of the strongest in recent years, has killed at least six people and cut off electricity for 1.3 million, the country's disaster agency said.
Mount Everest: Nepal to see if world’s tallest peak measures up
Did an earthquake alter its height?
Police search home after arresting London attack suspect at British port
"Those responsible intended to cause great harm and injury" - police
Indonesia's Muslims urge more support for Myanmar's Rohingyas
Protesters in Jakarta vowed to stand by their "Muslim brothers and sisters" fleeing what the United Nations has called a campaign of "ethnic cleansing" in Myanmar.
Iraqi Kurds to hold independence referendum
Parliament reconvened in Erbil, the seat of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in northern Iraq.
Cult US actor Harry Dean Stanton dies aged 91
The charactor actor starred in films including 'Alien' and 'Paris, Texas'
North Korea: Kim seeks military 'equilibrium' with US
The UN Security Council condemned Pyongyang's latest missile launch as "highly provocative"
Catalan funds in firing line in independence referendum row
Madrid has passed measures to tighten control of Catalonia's spending to stop it using public cash to pay for the vote