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Is this the end for Islamic State?
As US-backed forces say the militants have been defeated, Paul Adams looks at whether the group could still cause damage.
Airlift rescue of cruise ship passengers off Norway coast
MV Viking Sky sent out a distress signal amid high waves and strong winds off the coast of Norway.
China chemical plant explosion: 'The blast smashed it all'
Dozens have died and hundreds of people were injured in the explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China.
Christchurch shootings: 'Thank you for your tears... your love'
Imam Gamal Fouda thanks the people of New Zealand in a ceremony marking one week since the Christchurch attacks.
Christchurch attack: Survivor recounts attack
Mazharuddin Syed Ahmed survived the Christchurch attack in which 50 people died.
ICYMI: Escape from an avalanche and a tidy mouse
A look at some of the stories you may have missed this week.
Yemen's ancient city where people escape civil war
Tens of thousands of Yemenis have died, but in amongst the conflict there is one place that’s prospering – the city of Marib.
Cyclone Idai: Zimbabwe's desperate search for the missing
Communities in Zimbabwe continue to search through rubble for family members missing after the storm.
Brexit: Three moments that raised a smile
Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker updated reporters at a press conference which had some lighter moments.
Russian pilot's special relationship with rescued bear
The cub was found abandoned in 2016 and lives on a decommissioned Russian airbase.
Mueller is done... this is what we know
As the real-life US political drama nears its finale, here's a reminder of the saga's main characters.
Dead whale 'had 40kg of plastic in its stomach'
The Cuvier's beaked whale was found in the Philippines, filled with 16 rice sacks and multiple shopping bags.
Justin Trudeau apologises for eating chocolate during vote
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was caught eating a chocolate bar during a vote in parliament.
Nowruz: How 300m people celebrate Persian New Year
On Thursday, millions of people celebrate Persian New Year, also known as Nowruz. Here's how.
Christchurch shootings: Tributes paid to the victims
The victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings have been remembered at events throughout the week.
The engineer who went to the USSR and got stuck for 50 years
In 1929, an African-American Ford engineer, Robert Robinson, was recruited to work in the USSR. He had to stay there, against his will, for nearly 50 years.
Christchurch attacker 'killed my whole family'
Maryam Gul says she has forgiven the man who killed her parents and brother in the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Venezuelans collect mountain run-off as water shortages persist
A recent power cut caused major water shortages, but for many Venezuelans, dry taps are nothing new.