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The state is liable for the 2014 ferry disaster and must pay compensation, a court rules.
Archbishop of Adelaide Philip Wilson was convicted of covering up abuse by a paedophile priest.
The Irish government proposes banning rickshaws amid drug-dealing and safety complaints.
Prime Minister Netanyahu hails a "defining moment" as Israeli Arab MPs condemn the legislation.
A brutal attack allegedly spurred by WhatsApp messages left one man dead and two more badly injured.
Thousands of indigenous Peruvian women say they were forcibly sterilised in a state family planning scheme.
Photos taken during the 1979 Nicaraguan revolution and during recent unrest highlight some similarities.
Girls and women in the refugee camps of southern Bangladesh use traditional makeup for sun protection.
Video of a seabed filmed by a BBC journalist has helped the area get special protection.
This is how people did their jobs before having all the answers at the tips of their fingers.
Dawn media group boss alleges "deep state" interference in politics a week before national elections.
Israel may be a big ally of the US, but it is moving ahead with ever more business deals with China.
The measures, in place since a failed coup in 2016, saw tens of thousands arrested or fired from jobs.
A regional right-wing politician said he wanted to curb the slaughter of animals without stunning.
Around the world, most campaigns last a few weeks. In the US, it's a different story - here's why.
Test your knowledge about the inspirational leader on what would have been his 100th birthday.
Nelson Mandela's cellmate Andrew Mlangeni reads a poem in honour of his friend.
The painting forms part of the UK Parliament's Voice and Vote exhibition
From Lapland in the Arctic Circle to the southern island of Gotland, dozens of fires are raging.
The 12 boys and their football coach describe their time trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand.