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Hakeem Al-Araibi urges a Thai court not to extradite him to Bahrain where he says he was tortured.
Anti-corruption campaigner Nayib Bukele beats two established parties to take the presidency.
The problem could become worse as young people age, the American Cancer Society's study says.
The 21-year-old Nepali woman was found dead in a windowless hut after she lit a fire to keep warm.
The embattled Venezuelan leader says he cannot rule out a civil war as he defies calls to step down.
Extra soldiers will help border agents as President Trump battles Congress for funds to build a wall.
Our round-up of the world's most interesting news events of the next seven days.
Many in the West say they are trying to cut down on meat, but the reality is a different story.
At Sanganer prison in India's Jaipur, inmates have to go out and earn money to provide for themselves.
An ex-boyfriend threatened to post Carrie Goldberg's naked pictures online. It gave her an idea.
From the Bronx to Bangladesh, half a century on, the impact of the playful puppets has spread far and wide.
New Yorkers Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs set up and grew popular recipe and kitchen equipment website Food52.
BBC Mundo's Daniel Pardo explains what binds the two countries together.
The spotted handfish is critically endangered and found only in a small area of Tasmania.
The full story of the Brumadinho dam disaster could take many months to emerge, the BBC's David Shukman says.
The US president says dangers in American football mean he would have a hard time letting Barron, 12, play.
Officials say the Atlanta rapper came from the UK in 2005 and overstayed after his visa ran out.
A couple of lookalikes cause a stir, posing for photos and toasting one another over fried chicken.
The US is sending humanitarian aid following a request from self-proclaimed president Juan Guaidó.