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In a country where abortion is still taboo, a new play hopes to cue a genuine public discussion.
Why are women banned from entering the Sabarimala temple in southern India?
Afghans are set to defy threats, insecurity and fears over fraud as they vote in a new parliament.
Turkish police fear 15 Saudis who flew to Istanbul on 2 October may have murdered Jamal Khashoggi.
Turkish officials believe the Saudi journalist's body may have been disposed of outside Istanbul.
Is the US economy under President Trump the best it's ever been?
Grace Meng says "cruel" China is persecuting him – and that she's now a target – in her first UK media interview.
Oregon zoo posted images taken during routine health checks.
Inmates pretending to be underage girls demanded cash from US troops, according to Army investigators.
Prosecutors have reportedly requested documents from secret church archives and confidential files.
A court convicts three people over their attempts to scare investigative journalist Jessikka Aro.
Lara Alqasem was denied entry into Israel amid claims she supports an anti-Israel boycott campaign.
UK tourists and workers won't be denied French visas after Brexit, the French president says.
Donald Trump says he may call upon the military to shut the border if the Central American caravan continues.
A draft law suggests car drivers will pay a congestion fee up to €5 a day to help tackle pollution.
Why students in Afghanistan want to make sure their voice is heard in the country's upcoming election.
Aleksandr Kokorin and Pavel Mamaev face up to seven years in jail in a hotly discussed court case.
From security to fraud, what are the challenges of running elections in a country beset by war?
The band's groundbreaking stage show is designed to ensure everyone has a front-row seat.
The Barcelona basilica, which had no licence for over 130 years, agrees to pay the city $41m (£31m).