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A person identifying as intersex receives the gender X in their passport after court ruling.
A Russian MP is among 17 cleared of handling mafia profits in Spain.
A campaign group for journalists' safety is among those to call for the US president to apologise.
Several French job centres borrow an idea from television show The Voice to shake up recruitment.
Europe and Japan await the launch of their joint mission to the little world nearest the Sun.
Voting in the Afghan province is delayed after the Taliban shoot dead a powerful police chief.
Prince Harry climbs Sydney Harbour Bridge to watch the unfurling of the 2018 Invictus Games flag.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
The NFL refuses to comment on reports that US singer Rihanna declined an invitation to headline the Super Bowl half-time show in support of Colin Kaepernick.
Thousands of Venezuelans have fled to Brazil, trying to escape their country’s crisis.
The genetically modified insects are part of a project which aims to tackle malaria in Africa.
"I still don't know what took him to the edge," the singer tells BBC News.
The first European mission to explore Mercury will begin Saturday: What could it teach us?
As she approaches 80, the legendary singer Tina Turner speaks about fame, love and happiness.
Growth in the world's second-largest economy cooled as Beijing battles rising financial threats.
Marcus Martin held the tourist captive for weeks and repeatedly attacked her in Queensland.
The move follows President Trump's threat to close the US-Mexico border and cut aid.
Elation is mixed with disappointment, as retailers quickly sell out and turn away customers.
A 150-million-year-old, sharp-toothed fossil is believed to be the world's oldest piranha-like specimen.
In a country where abortion is still taboo, a new play hopes to cue a genuine public discussion.