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The arrest comes days after a video emerged of armed men detaining migrants in the desert.
Here are some of the stories you may have missed this week.
ENA is a finishing school for French leaders - but its days of elitism may be numbered.
This is what it means to be black: one African-American teenager's experience, in her own words.
What do Americans think of people in other states? We asked people in West Virginia what's said about them.
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.
The EU wants to screen foreign investment as concerns grow about China's role.
The indie bands of the Chinese capital, Beijing, have their own raw, distinctive sound, says the BBC's Stephen McDonell.
The UN-backed government says it launched a counter-offensive against Gen Khalifa Haftar's forces.
The operation, unveiled more than four decades after the end of the Vietnam War, will cost $183m.
Ukraine's rival presidential candidates hold a long-awaited head-to-head televised debate.
More than 100 Kosovans, including mothers, children and several suspected IS fighters, are flown home.
Money in several currencies was found during a search of Omar al-Bashir's residence, reports say.
Police in the French capital fire tear gas as a number of motorbikes are set on fire by protesters.
Reports say dozens of troops loyal to the government have been killed by militants since Thursday.
Players return to a 2014 video game to visit a digital version of the cathedral, untouched by fire.
India players KL Rahul and Hardik Pandya are fined for "sexist, disrespectful and racist" comments made on a television chat show.
Mitsuhiro Iwamoto, 52, is said to be the first visually impaired person to make the 8,700-mile trip.
Malissa Ancona is sentenced to life in jail for shooting her husband, Frank, in Missouri.
An ex-employee, 35, alleges two cases of sexual misconduct, which Ranjan Gogoi "totally denies".