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Scientists stitch together decades of survey data to reveal a hidden world of mountains and canyons.
Gavin Lee presents the key players in the election, with the help of some rather colourful figurines.
Nawal al-Maghafi finds the clashes between former allies in the civil war have destroyed parts of Sanaa.
Why are girls dropping out of school in the Indian prime minister's home state? The BBC and four women bikers hit the election trail to find out.
Online critics said she didn't look right for K-pop, but Amber Liu from girl group f(x) is fighting back.
In 1980, North Korea forced a US soldier and a kidnapped Japanese girl to marry. This is their story.
The BBC's Africa editor Fergal Keane travels to a land littered with tears and mass graves.
Jorge Glas is the highest-ranking politician to be convicted in the Odebrecht scandal.
A court rejects a couple's complaints and says the bells in Wädenswil can peal through the night.
The actress is the latest to come forward with allegations against the Hollywood mogul.
Campaigners say the life sentences are a sign that impunity for sexual violence is ending.
The San Fernando Valley pursuit ended in a rather unexpected way.
Officials say Lyle Jeffs sold his followers' food stamps to pay for his expensive lifestyle.
The US central bank has moved to increase interest rates for the third time this year.
Eighteen children and two teachers in Sarajevo have attempted to play one piano at the same time.
Accounts of slavery, torture and killings emerge from Nigerian migrants flown back from Libya.
Republican candidate Roy Moore suffered a shock defeat to Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama.
With her parents watching, this baby tries out snowboarding in Idaho for the first time.
A photograph seen fleetingly on North Korea TV could show one of the country's earliest atomic weapons.
Swedish convict John Ausonius goes on trial for killing a woman in Frankfurt.