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Small, cheap satellites can help us track pollution, crop yields and congestion like never before.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif mooted possible talks on the weapons in a US interview.
Eighty families have been affected by the fire, according to local media.
One of South Africa's best-known musicians and anti-apartheid activist dies at the age of 66.
Prosecutors issue a bill of indictment against three men held in 2017 over Daphne Caruana Galizia's death.
German Ursula von der Leyen will replace Jean-Claude Juncker on 1 November after a close vote.
US imposed sanctions are crippling the economy, making food and medicines unaffordable.
JoAnn Morgan tells the BBC about her role at the launch of the Apollo 11 mission to the Moon.
The tech giant's Libra digital currency is attacked by senators who say the company is not trusted.
Garner's last words, "I can't breathe", became a rallying cry for police brutality protesters.
They were kidnapped by pirates - reportedly for ransom - although eight managed to escape.
It comes ahead of a decision on Ms Lagarde's nomination to become head of the European Central Bank.
The US president hits back after his controversial attack on four minority Democratic congresswomen.
The environment minister is accused of spending public money on luxury dinners, but denies any wrongdoing.
Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece - believed by many to be the world's most iconic painting - is being moved.
More than a million people RSVP to an event calling for people to break into the Nevada base.
The US president is bringing in new rules for asylum seekers but critics deem it illegal and dangerous.
Jacob Zuma says threats were also made against his children and lawyer.
Israel's PM likens the EU's approach to breaches of the nuclear deal to the appeasement of the Nazis.
Brazilian police suspect 80kg of the drug had been placed on a supermarket's shelves by mistake.