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Spanish singer Rosalía, who's bringing flamenco to the masses, comes fifth in the BBC Sound of 2019.
President Ali Bongo, whose family has ruled for more than 50 years, has been ailing since October.
It is written into manager Jan Kocian's contract that he won't enter war-torn Yemen, so how is he preparing the country's football team for their first major tournament?
Bohemian Rhapsody and its star Rami Malek are surprise winners as the Oscars race hots up.
Fashion mogul Yusaku Maezawa knocks a US teen seeking chicken nuggets off the most-tweeted spot.
They have been slammed by their colleagues for making irrational claims based on Hindu mythology.
The beachgoers receive treatment after large jellyfish populations are pushed ashore in Queensland.
It marks the first formal meeting since the US and China agreed to a 90-day truce in their trade battle.
Supreme Court judge Christian Zerpa says he fled to protest against President Nicolás Maduro's rule.
Since President Trump took power aerial attacks on al-Shabab have increased, writes the BBC's Tomi Oladipo.
Saudi officials say a woman stranded in Bangkok airport is being held for not having a ticket.
Residents of the Kurdish-held northern town brace for upheaval as US forces prepare to withdraw.
India's construction boom is fuelled by workers who risk injury and death for a meagre wage.
Therese Tucker, the founder of technology firm BlackLine, wasn't going to let any sexism hold her back.
Photographer Joe Pettet-Smith's pictures of the remaining sound mirrors that were once used to detect approaching enemy aircraft.
After she had to give birth without any help, one Himalayan woman decided to train to become the first midwife in her area.
President Sisi inaugurated the massive Coptic cathedral, a day after a bomb blast near a church.
Italy and Malta are refusing to allow two ships carrying 49 migrants in the Mediterranean to land.
The US president says a "good dialogue" is taking place with North Korea but sanctions will remain.
Enes Kanter of the New York Knicks tells the BBC why he won't be at the NBA game in London next week.