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Mexico's foreign secretary rejects Trump deportation policy
'We are not going to accept that because we don't have to and it is not in the interest of Mexico.'
Dutch populist Geert Wilders in security leak scare
Geert Wilders, who last week called some Moroccans "scum", said the breach was unacceptable.
Star's seven Earth-sized worlds set record
Astronomers have discovered seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a single star - a record number.
Trump rescinds transgender bathroom rules from Obama era
The White House says the US president firmly believes this is a states' rights issue.
Dakota pipeline protesters leave site after year-long occupation
Protesters in the US are arrested by police after a deadline passes to end the year-long protest.
Melania Trump re-files Daily Mail lawsuit without controversial wording
The new complaint drops controversial wording that said she lost the chance to profit from her brand.
Turkey reverses female army officers' headscarf ban
The army was the last institution in officially secular Turkey with a ban on the Muslim headscarf.
Stolen Nazi gate returned to Dachau
The gate of the former Nazi camp Dachau is returned to the site after it was stolen two years ago.
France election: Centrist boost for liberal candidate Macron
Emmanuel Macron is endorsed by a veteran centrist just as his support falters in opinion polls.
Donald Trump's golf hobby under scrutiny with Clinton tweet
Donald Trump, a frequent critic of Barack Obama's time on the links, is now himself under scrutiny.
US Muslim community campaigns to repair Jewish cemetery
Campaigners call for "solidarity" as they raise more than $85,000 to repair a vandalised cemetery.
Mexico: Murders up by a third following Guzman's extradition
Power vacuum left by the extradition of "El Chapo" Guzman to the US prompts a spike in violence.
Poachers kill two rhinos at South Africa's Thula Thula orphanage
The gang broke into the South African reserve on Monday, taking staff hostage.
Italian village torn apart by slow-moving landslide
The village of Ponzano in the Abruzzo region of Italy is being torn apart by a landslide, following earthquakes in 2016.
View from a plane of giant Antarctic ice crack
New video is released of an Antarctic ice crack that may produce a giant iceberg.
Mosul offensive now focused on city's airport
The Iraqi army's effort to retake the so-called Islamic State's stronghold of Mosul is in its fourth day and is currently focused on the city's airport.
'Red alert' as Chile wildfires blaze
Dozens of houses and almost 3,500 hectares of forest are destroyed by fires which continue to burn in Chile.
Families rescued from California floods
A burst creek submerged a San Jose neighbourhood in water.
Katy Perry talks to BBC Radio 1's Nick Grimshaw
Ahead of her Brits show, Katy fills in Nick Grimshaw on the power of performing as a thirty-something, and what it's like seeing her peers in the audience.
US children's hospital helps save life of baby hippo
Doctors from a children's hospital have saved the life of a premature baby hippo.
Jay-Z to become first rapper inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame
He is to become the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters' Hall of Fame.
French artist Abraham Poincheval entombs himself boulder
Poincheval will stay inside the 20-tonne limestone rock for a week to experience "geological time".
Moscow to demolish 8,000 Soviet-era housing blocks
Plans to rehouse more than a million people in massive clearance of Soviet-era homes.
German council asks veggie event to serve sausages
Councillors unhappy about absence of sausage stalls at German Earth Day festival.
'Time-saving' toilet finder app for Japanese workers
App helps Japanese employees find a vacant cubicle.
'France loves you!'
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron tells French Londoners to come home in pre-election rally.
'No sex with saints'
Calls in Russia for Matilda, the true story of a future tsar and a ballerina, to be banned over blasphemy.
Let's go get it!
Eastern Airlines Flight 980 crashed into a mountain in Bolivia in 1985. Dan Futrell and Isaac Stoner spent an unusual holiday trying to work out why.
'One is enough'
Polygamy is widely accepted all over Nigeria but one of the country's most prominent Muslim leaders is trying to ban the practice - in some cases.
'I was raped every day'
Attracted by false marriages and jobs, women are subjected to sex trafficking and forced labour.
How Guido van Helten is using massive pieces of public art to save small towns in Australia.