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An Australian detective was forced to take action after an unexpected interruption to a press conference.
The Malaysia Airlines jet came down over eastern Ukraine in July 2014, killing 298 people.
Phumzile van Damme says she punched a white man in self-defence at Cape Town's V&A Waterfront.
A UN investigator says credible evidence links Mohammed bin Salman to the journalist's murder.
Some 160 ex-fighters and their relatives have been killed since the 2016 peace deal, the Farc says.
One Chinese worker died in a mass brawl at a China-funded power plant south of Dhaka.
Egypt says its former leader died of natural causes, and is critical of calls for an investigation.
Li Ka-Shing has pledged to pay tuition fees for a group of Chinese students through his foundation.
President Trump stands by his 1989 adverts calling for the reinstatement of the death penalty.
It prevents his child's biological mother and her wife from moving to New Zealand with the girl.
The number is the highest in the UN refugee agency's history.
Meredith's mother stopped her having vaccinations - so eventually she got some nasty illnesses.
This is how vaccines work, why they’re important and what the phrase “herd immunity” actually means.
Vaccines help save the lives of millions a year. This is how they came about - and why they matter.
The biggest global study into attitudes on immunisation reveals confidence is low in some regions.
Ukraine says the suspects will be named by the Dutch-led investigation into the 2014 plane downing.
Mr Trump says he will have an "extended meeting" with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 next week.
Pacific Gas & Electric Corp are facing billions of dollars worth of lawsuits over the fires.
One Filipino mother's worst fears were realised when her unvaccinated children caught measles.
Young musicians in Khartoum talk to the BBC about their hopes following the military crackdown.