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Paris tour shows how black people helped shape France

Paris tour shows how black people helped shape France

Resistance fighters and anti-colonial writers, a Paris tour celebrates an alternative French history.
PMC Bank: Indian customers protest after fraud investigation launched

PMC Bank: Indian customers protest after fraud investigation launched

Nearly a million Indians are left without full access to their bank accounts as police investigate alleged fraud.
Clinton: 'Every UK voter deserves to see Russia report'

Clinton: 'Every UK voter deserves to see Russia report'

Hillary Clinton says she's "dumbfounded" that a report on Russian influence in the UK has not been released.
Robert Enke: Remembering former Germany and Hannover goalkeeper, 10 years on

Robert Enke: Remembering former Germany and Hannover goalkeeper, 10 years on

Robert Enke was Germany's goalkeeper, set to play in the next summer's World Cup. On 10 November 2009, he took his own life.
Instagram is trialling removing likes on some US posts

Instagram is trialling removing likes on some US posts

The social media platform is removing visible 'likes' for some users, after trials in seven countries.
The 'indestructible' robots which do backflips

The 'indestructible' robots which do backflips

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology released a video of nine four-legged robots hopping around the campus.
Bolivia crisis: Evo Morales arrives in Mexico for political asylum

Bolivia crisis: Evo Morales arrives in Mexico for political asylum

Evo Morales, who resigned as president on Sunday, lands in Mexico, where he has been offered asylum.
Hoodie gets Quebec politician thrown out of legislature

Hoodie gets Quebec politician thrown out of legislature

A Quebec politician was pushed out of the provincial legislature because she wore a hoodie.
Why being kind could help you live longer

Why being kind could help you live longer

A new institute has been set up to study kindness - as an antidote to an increasingly polarised world.
Australian bushfires reach Sydney's suburbs

Australian bushfires reach Sydney's suburbs

The blazes did not bring the "catastrophic" damage feared in New South Wales but it remains on high alert.
Theatre performers 'stabbed during show' in Saudi capital Riyadh

Theatre performers 'stabbed during show' in Saudi capital Riyadh

A man wielding a knife attacked the performers during a live show in the Saudi capital, reports say.
USS Grayback: Missing WW2 submarine found after 75 years

USS Grayback: Missing WW2 submarine found after 75 years

The original documents giving its location had been mistranslated and were missing a digit.
Trump impeachment: How Ukraine story unfolded

Trump impeachment: How Ukraine story unfolded

It's a complicated story - here's how Trump got into deeper and deeper trouble over Ukraine.
Iran nuclear deal: IAEA finds uranium particles at undeclared site

Iran nuclear deal: IAEA finds uranium particles at undeclared site

International inspectors are reported to have taken samples from a Tehran location identified by Israel.
Guru Nanak: Historic Sikh celebrations take place in India and Pakistan

Guru Nanak: Historic Sikh celebrations take place in India and Pakistan

The historic opening of a corridor to a shrine has coincided with the 550th birthday of Sikhism's founder.
Neil Young says US citizenship 'delayed over marijuana'

Neil Young says US citizenship 'delayed over marijuana'

The Canadian singer, who lives in California, says he has been told to prove "moral character".
Paula White-Cain: Faith advisers in the White House

Paula White-Cain: Faith advisers in the White House

Televangelist Paula White-Cain is Trump's spiritual adviser and a controversial figure.
Broadway pays tributes to Laurel Griggs, 13, who dies of asthma attack

Broadway pays tributes to Laurel Griggs, 13, who dies of asthma attack

Lights were dimmed for the 13-year-old, who her family says died from a "massive asthma attack".
What happened to Trump's promise on gun control?

What happened to Trump's promise on gun control?

Trump said he wanted to impose stricter gun laws but then he quietly dropped the plans.
Russian historian found with body parts accused of murder

Russian historian found with body parts accused of murder

Napoleon expert Oleg Sokolov admits in court he shot his girlfriend in his St Petersburg flat.
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