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Borce Ristevski is accused of murdering his wife, Karen, whose disappearance baffled Australia.
The reliably frozen Arctic is history, say scientists who warn of an unprecedented rate of warming.
The annual Virgin of Guadalupe pilgrimage in Mexico is marred by the deaths of 11 pilgrims.
Workplace consultant Marilyn Loden coined the phrase "the glass ceiling" 39 years ago but says it is still as relevant as ever.
A sale of Rupert Murdoch's entertainment assets could be confirmed as soon as Thursday, reports say.
An illustrator's creative gifs depicting solitary "calm in the chaos" of urban life attract interest online.
A BBC Brasil investigation speaks to people hired to run fake accounts bolstering politicians.
From "Zupta" to "Mantash", how Jacob Zuma's presidency has shaped the way South Africans speak.
The Syria campaign made Russia a key player in the Middle East, Steve Rosenberg writes.
A video of a Hindu murdering a Muslim man in the name of "love jihad" has left most Indians stunned.
Civilians are returning to Raqqa after Islamic State were pushed out, but dangers, and wounds, remain.
The image of an officer next to the "monster" snake has been viewed two million times, police say.
Despite being based in a small Welsh town, the Hiut Demin Company is exporting its jeans globally.
"Let's just meet and let's talk about the weather," says US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Fergal Keane reveals the crisis in DR Congo's Kasai region, where millions face starvation.
The Thomas Fire is the fifth largest blaze in recorded state history and continues to grow.
Roy Moore's skittish escape happened after he appeared at an Alabama polling site to cast his vote.
Rafael Ramirez, once tipped as a potential presidential candidate, denied any wrongdoing.
He and a woman are accused of assaulting employees after inviting them for foot massages.
Shyma, who was filmed eating a banana while in her underwear, is convicted of inciting debauchery.