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Why Maria Makrogianni is well known to refugees living on the Greek island of Samos.
Saving the Bulgarian bears who were chained, tortured and forced to dance.
Renowned film director and photographer Wim Wenders says photography is dead and mobile phones are to blame.
Bridesmaids told us about the "super awkward" time they were demoted - or even disinvited.
The Dahomey mothers fought to protect their kingdom from colonisers until the late 19th Century.
Nnedi Okorafor is writing a Black Panther spin-off and having another story adapted for primetime TV.
A used car, plastic chairs and broken vacuums are among the items being sold by the US embassy.
The state governor tweets that there were no deaths among the 97 passengers and four crew.
The tech giant has managed to beat forecasts thanks to sales of more expensive iPhones and services.
Immigration lawyers have raised concerns about the use of DNA databases to help prove nationality.
President Cyril Ramaphosa said land expropriation without compensation was of "critical importance".
Why actor Seth Rogen is telling Canadians not to clip their nails on public transport.
America has two new unlikely box office stars - an 85-year-old Supreme Court Justice and a children's TV host.
A young woman posed in a photo shoot and years later discovered she was the face of fake adverts.
The social network has found evidence of a co-ordinated campaign to influence the US mid-term vote.
The journalists were killed in an attack on their vehicle late on Monday night, officials say.
Crystle Galloway's mother says the ambulance crew assumed the family could not afford an ambulance.
The bomb and gun attack in the eastern city of Jalalabad has now ended, an official says.
A report into the Malaysia Airlines flight missing since 2014 found failures by air traffic control.
The M*A*S*H actor says he has had "a full life" since being diagnosed three-and-a-half years ago.