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Some 14 people tell an inquiry they suffered sexual assault working in New Zealand's parliament.
Prize-winning writer and critic Binyavanga Wainaina dies at the age of 48 in Nairobi.
Deborah Sciacquatori, 19, acted in self-defence in an episode of domestic abuse, say prosecutors.
Austria's far-right Freedom Party (FPÖ) has pulled out of the ruling coalition, days after a secret video featuring party members emerged.
An inflatable installation in Taiwan marks 30 years since China's crackdown on democracy activists.
A peaceful protest against the Indonesian election result turned violent overnight in Jakarta.
The shoe was to be a tribute to Puerto Rico but featured a design from an indigenous group in Panama.
The actress denies dating Moby as a teenager, and calls his behaviour "inappropriate".
Chinese company dealt "insurmountable" blow as chip designer says it must comply with US trade ban.
It was seen be people from South Australia to Adelaide on Tuesday night.
Viewing and listening guide to the Indian general election results on the BBC.
The 16-year-old is the fifth child to die after being detained at the border since December.
When Ugandan MPs tried to introduce life imprisonment and the death penalty for gay sex, a small group of activists spoke out. Victor Mukasa was one of them.
China was the first country to ground the 737 Max in March after two fatal crashes involving the jets.
Omani author Jokha Alharthi takes the £50,000 prize for her novel Celestial Bodies.
A top lobby group says US firms in China are worried about Beijing's response to curbs on Huawei.
A landslide for his allies in last week's mid-term election gives him sweeping power to push his policies.
Police fired tear gas after peaceful mass rallies against the re-election of President Joko Widodo turned violent.
Thousands of people protest in several cities against tough laws restricting terminations.
Vital food aid is being diverted by some corrupt officials in Houthi-held areas, a UN official says.