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George Bush Snr 'groped 16-year-old girl' during 2003 photo op

George Bush Snr 'groped 16-year-old girl' during 2003 photo op

"I was a child," says the sixth woman to accuse Mr Bush of touching her as they posed for a photo.
Big Words, big money at World Scrabble Championship

Big Words, big money at World Scrabble Championship

The scrabble world championships take place in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi.
Coffee makers smashed in Hannity ads row

Coffee makers smashed in Hannity ads row

Fans of the Fox News host are destroying their coffee makers after Keurig pulled its ads.
Zimbabwe military chief Chiwenga in Zanu-PF purge warning

Zimbabwe military chief Chiwenga in Zanu-PF purge warning

The army warns those "purging" the ruling party, a week after President Mugabe sacked his deputy.
Geldof accused of hypocrisy over Suu Kyi protest gesture

Geldof accused of hypocrisy over Suu Kyi protest gesture

The lord mayor of Dublin accuses him of ignoring the UK's 'shameful record' of imperialism.
Geldof hands back Dublin honour in protest against Aung San Suu Kyi

Geldof hands back Dublin honour in protest against Aung San Suu Kyi

He returned his Freedom of the City of Dublin in protest against Aung San Suu Kyi.
Moment Iran-Iraq quake hits Darbandikhan Dam control room

Moment Iran-Iraq quake hits Darbandikhan Dam control room

There a fears the Darbandikhan Dam could burst following a 7.3-magnitude earthquake which hit the northern border region between Iran and Iraq.
Iran-Iraq border earthquake is deadliest of 2017

Iran-Iraq border earthquake is deadliest of 2017

Rescue efforts are under way, after hundreds were killed in the 7.3-magnitude earthquake.
France to reassess child sex laws after controversial cases

France to reassess child sex laws after controversial cases

It comes after charges of rape were dismissed against men who had sex with 11 year olds.
#MeAt14

#MeAt14

Women and men are posting pictures of their younger selves to raise awareness around the age of consent.
Sutherland Springs: First pictures from inside mass shooting church

Sutherland Springs: First pictures from inside mass shooting church

The First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs reopens as a memorial, a week after a deadly shooting.
Texas mass shooting church transformed into haunting memorial

Texas mass shooting church transformed into haunting memorial

Twenty-five people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
South African church group attacks Johannesburg police

South African church group attacks Johannesburg police

A South African police officer is recovering in hospital after being attacked by members of a church.
On the brink

On the brink

We take a closer look at Venezuela's debt problem as creditors meet for talks in Caracas.
Gaydar founder Henry Badenhorst dies in South Africa

Gaydar founder Henry Badenhorst dies in South Africa

Henry Badenhorst created the dating website after a friend complained he was too busy to find love.
North Korea soldier shot while defecting at DMZ to South

North Korea soldier shot while defecting at DMZ to South

He was wounded escaping via the Demilitarised Zone, one of the world's most fortified borders.
US displays military might near Korea

US displays military might near Korea

The BBC has been on board the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan off the Korean peninsula.
Macron honours victims of Paris jihadist attacks

Macron honours victims of Paris jihadist attacks

A suspect's silence vexes French investigators as Paris honours 130 victims of jihadist violence.
First CO2 rise in four years puts pressure on Paris targets

First CO2 rise in four years puts pressure on Paris targets

Uptick in coal use in China sees global CO2 emissions projected to rise after years of little or no growth.
Trump-Duterte: US president hails 'great relationship'

Trump-Duterte: US president hails 'great relationship'

It is unclear if Mr Trump raised the issue of human rights violations, despite calls to do so.