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The aircraft manufacturer will cease production of its giant jet after key buyer Emirates cuts orders.
She threw a cup of the dessert at a police officer when he stopped her entering the metro.
Press freedom groups say the Duterte government is trying to suppress journalist Maria Ressa's work.
We spend a day with Tayeb as he shows us what it's like being 17 in Luxor.
Colombian Juan Carlos Sánchez, who used the alias Big Bad Wolf, receives a 60-year sentence.
Paul Manafort "made multiple false statements" to the special counsel and others, a US judge rules.
Thirteen couples pick Valentine's Day for maximum attention on their struggle for equal rights.
Many students believe praying at the tree will help them lose their virginity in six months.
Critics say the pressure to confess is immense and there is no real presumption of innocence.
Special cloth is commissioned for rallies as traditional attire takes on a political edge.
Models travel between fashion capitals for the chance to appear on the catwalks, but many will go home without pay and more debt.
Habib and Carole, a deaf couple from Lebanon, say they hope their children will be born hearing so they don't have to face the challenges they did.
Greta Thunberg spoke to the BBC in September, but since then she's become a global phenomenon.
Residents of Qezelabad in Afghanistan have lived for years in homes held up by unexploded weapons.
One of three teenagers who left the UK in 2015 to join the Islamic State group is living in a camp in Syria.
Brock Long was heavily criticised for the agency's response in Puerto Rico after a deadly hurricane.
The University of Toronto has a collection of Valentines dating back 200 years.
Emma Coronel Aispuro, who married El Chapo at the age of 17, has stood loyally by her husband.
The 15-year mission of "Oppy" the robot is declared over after repeated failed attempts to contact it.
The government is running newspaper ads for executioners amid concerns about a surge in drug smuggling.