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Cybersecurity officials knew about the leak affecting politicians, but did not tell the police.
A 90-year-old American is given a warning and stripped of his title after violating anti-doping laws having probably eaten contaminated meat.
Arizona police launch a sexual assault inquiry amid reports a woman in a clinic for a decade gave birth.
The head of the Orthodox Church is to sign a decree at an Istanbul ceremony attended by Ukraine's leader.
Tourists on southern islands face a travel backlog after Storm Pabuk passes into the Andaman Sea.
Does the Japanese sushi tycoon who spent a record-breaking $3.1m (£2.5m) on the fish have any regrets?
Actress reflects on first year of the initiative which was set up to combat sexual harassment.
Kiyoshi Kimura pays $3.1m (£2.5m) for the 278kg bluefin tuna at the new year auction in Tokyo.
An icy wonderland and animal counting - some of the stories you may have missed this week.
Jason Langston talks about his experience of loss and how baby Calvin is in his thoughts every day.
The US president says good progress has already been made on the wall.
The New Year’s Eve disaster that brought down a block of flats and devastated families in Russia.
Some 50 villages with strange names are trying to convince the government to grant them a new ones.
Sam is part of an international community of teenagers getting rich from legally hacking websites.
Emotional robots, beer pods, flexible phones and 8K TVs are all part of our CES tech show preview.
Five teenage girls are killed while celebrating a friend's birthday at an escape room in Koszalin.
A rare warning from Apple and trade tensions are putting pressure on existing economic strains.
The US military is trying to verify if the man behind the 2000 ship bombing died in an air strike.
The number of people trying to enter the bloc illegally falls to a five-year low, an EU body says.
The two women who defied a religious ban to enter an Indian temple speak exclusively to the BBC.