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A new film about Somalis in Manchester challenges decades of negative coverage, its directors say.
A cold snap transforms the world-famous waterfall into a winter wonderland.
Police said they shot dead four violent IS-linked terrorists, but then a young boy tore holes in their story.
For two years Asante McGee was R. Kelly's girlfriend. Then she went to live in his house in Georgia. She lasted three weeks.
A company in Israel is using virtual reality computer games to help patients deal with chronic pain.
Leyla Guven was jailed for criticising a Turkish military operation. She is now struggling to drink.
Their football dreams were threatened by convention - and housework - but girls in one Mumbai slum are defying tradition to pursue their dreams.
A rights group has criticised authorities for using soldiers to quell protests over fuel price rises.
Will Novak was accidently invited to a stranger's bachelor party. He decided to attend and went viral.
Three men and a boy are charged with conspiracy to attack an Islamic community in New York state.
Boy sells his drawings to help his mother during the partial government shutdown in the US.
A DNA test carried out by scientists shows the man jailed in Spandau prison was Hitler's deputy.
Papal bodyguards ditch old metal helmets for lighter, cooler, cheaper PVC edition.
After #GetTonyAFlypast started trending online the RAF have said they’ll perform a flyby to commemorate the anniversary of 10 airmen’s deaths.
The French capital is turned into a winter wonderland with the first dusting of snow of the season.
Eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt officially calls time on his pursuit of a career in professional football, declaring his "sports life over".
Russian police free model who was deported from Thailand for 'forcing women into prostitution'
Police confirm the concrete-filled corpses of two men found last month were critics of the Thai monarchy.
Outrage over the killing of a university student has renewed debate about women's safety.
An Italian policeman runs a race in Siberia braving temperatures of -52 Celsius.