BBC News - World
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Nine people die when a plane carrying them for a parachute jump crashes in northern Sweden.
Fans worldwide said New Zealand's Black Caps had lost the Cricket World Cup, but "won our hearts".
Frenchman Erwan Ferrieux had been travelling with a UK man who also disappeared and remains missing.
China's economy has been slowing despite Beijing's efforts to boost spending and cut taxes.
It is the first time Ebola has been diagnosed in Goma, a city of more than a million people.
South Africa's ex-president is giving evidence at a commission investigating "state capture", but what is it?
Exposure from mobile networks including 5G fall well below limits set by international regulators.
Established far-right groups use social media to direct abuse at female politicians across Europe.
The public knew little about this enigmatic man, but now we are gaining a glimpse of the real Neil Armstrong.
There are concerns The Gambia's new President, Adama Barrow, may try and cling to power.
The Moroccan men who explore their femininity at night, paying tribute to the country’s female folk singers.
Servicemen and women trying to overcome the effects of war are digging at the Battle of Waterloo site.
The BBC has been given rare access to Iran to gauge the public mood as tensions with the US deepen.
Novak Djokovic saves two championship points to retain his Wimbledon title with a thrilling final-set tie-break win over Roger Federer.
The US president tells unnamed Democratic congresswomen to "go back" where they came from.
India's most complex space mission aims to land a craft for the first time on the Moon's south pole.
Yellow-vest protesters formed barricades and lit fires after the annual military event in Paris.
As tensions rise between Iran, the United States and its allies, the BBC is given rare access to Iran.
Research suggests up to a third of cases may be preventable with lifestyle changes.
Officials say there is no evidence for far-right claims foreigners have killed thousands of Germans.