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Tens of thousands of Afghan soldiers have been killed and injured in the past four years. This is their story.
Police in the French capital fire tear gas as a number of motorbikes are set on fire by protesters.
Actress Emma Thompson defends her decision to fly to London from the US to attend a climate change protest.
The redacted report gives clues to that legal question and also why the president was not interviewed in person.
BBC Africa's What's New meet with Nigerian Arinze Stanley Egbengwu who creates hyper-realistic pictures that look like photographs.
Paulette was threatened with deportation to Jamaica despite living in the UK for 50 years.
A team of conservators are working to breathe new life into a collection of Buddha statues destroyed by the Taliban
Three quarters of a million people in the UK speak little or no English. In some cases, parents are relying on their kids to help them learn.
Several black actors and models say their industries need more stylists capable of caring for their hair.
Norway's 'Under' combines the disciplines of architecture, marine biology and gastronomy.
Audun lived a normal city life. But fed up with being annoyed all the time, he moved to the Arctic with his wife and bought some dogs.
French architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte talks about the Notre-Dame fire.
Micah Herndon's legs gave way around 22 miles into the race. But that didn't stop him from finishing.
Sudanese society remains divided, says opposition politician Ghazi Salahuddin Atabani.
Scientists are looking to the wild to find nutritious and sustainable solutions to growing food insecurity. They now report that they have found the food for the future in insects, as livestock grazing and farming become increasingly unsustainable...
Johann Vexo was evacuated from Notre-Dame whilst playing the organ.
African women often suffer from traction alopecia - a type of hair loss that is sometimes irreversible and caused by prolonged wearing of braids, wigs and weaves among other hairstyles where hair is tightly pulled. In today's Life Clinic, we look ...
Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno tells the BBC why his government revoked Julian Assange's asylum.
Hundreds of people gathered in tribute to the devastated Notre-Dame cathedral.
How far can you go to do good despite having a health condition, BBC Life clinic met Patrick Kilonzo, a generous man who spends his afternoons driving to drought stricken wildlife to deliver 10000 litres of water despite battling a chronic kidne...
The main structure of the cathedral has been saved, according to a Paris fire official.
President Macron says Notre-Dame will be rebuilt after a huge fire destroyed a large section of the cathedral.
According to a recent report by IQAir Air Visual and Greenpeace, 15 of the world's 20 most polluted cities are in India. On top of the list is India's millennium city of Gurugram, a major commercial and residential hub, home to plush offices, high...
Poor mental health is emerging as one of the biggest challenges in the farming industry.
Search teams are assessing the damage to the 850-year-old Parisian landmark.
The number of victims of male trafficking seeking help is five times higher than it was five years ago.
For illiterate communities in remote areas of Indonesia, casting their ballot in this week's election will be a daunting task.
Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's supporters come out after Trump's tweet about her discussing the 9/11 attacks.
People gathered in disbelief as they watched the 850-year-old Gothic buidling burn.
The BBC's Lucy Williamson surveys the scene of an ongoing fire at the Notre-Dame cathedral in Paris.
Competitors in the Slush cup race down a mountain and then have to try and glide over the pool of water
Competitors in the "Slush Cup" race down a mountain and then have to try and glide over a pool of water
After ten days, protesters are still in the capital demanding the military government hand over power to civilians.
Many injured when a powerful storm hit the small town of Franklin, as storms batter the southern US
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville on conditions inside al-Hawl camp in Syria.
As soaring inflation in Venezuela creates a shortage of cash, people turn to bartering.
Hywel Griffith explains what's at stake for the main parties in the country's first election for almost three years.
Some see the man behind Wikileaks as a reckless 'hacktivist' - others think he's a campaigner for truth.
Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy launched a satellite into orbit for a Saudi Arabian company.
A new Cantonese opera inspired by the US president has opened in Hong Kong.
Thousands are flocking to Singapore's Changi Airport to see the world's tallest indoor waterfall.
Family, friends, fans and community members said goodbye to Nipsey Hussle in Los Angeles with a memorial procession through the city.
Police in Oregon were called after moving shadows were seen behind a locked bathroom door.
Eha Soleha is just one of the many women running for election in Indonesia.
The US president says WikiLeaks is "not his thing". We look in the archives to see if it ever was.
The 82-year-old pontiff kneels down in front of each leader and then appeals for peace.
Anti-government protesters gathered on Thursday as Sudanese waited for the army to make a statement.