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The military says the vote will restore democracy, but it is expected to remain influential.
Pope Francis hosts discussions on the future of robotics and ethics at the Vatican in Rome.
The Canadian prime minister has been struggling to contain a political crisis for more than a month.
The tropical cyclone took governments by surprise and caused widespread destruction across the region.
The band are called Hater. Their lyrics are dark and political and they want to cause a stir at Eurovision.
The men who watch over the Atlantic Ocean, saving the lives of the swimmers of Nigeria's main city.
It's been 20 years since Nato bombed Serbia, ending the Kosovo war. But for some, the war lives on.
A cities are grappling with air pollution but the small capital of Mongolia is suffering from some of the worst in the world.
IS forces have been driven out of their last stronghold, but BBC Arabic's Feras Kilani says this is unlikely to be the end of the group.
Rafi Eitan was a Mossad spy who led the team that captured Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Argentina in 1960.
The Islamic State group remains a threat, the US president says, after its five-year "caliphate" ends.
MV Viking Sky sent out a distress signal amid high waves and strong winds off the coast of Norway.
Attackers dressed as traditional hunters target Fulani villagers in the Mopti region, reports say.
A look at some of the stories you may have missed this week.
Michael Rosfeld shot the unarmed 17-year-old Antwon Rose in the back as he tried to flee police.
The number of planets detected around other stars - or exoplanets - is set to hit the 4,000 mark.
Barbra Streisand says she believes the abuse claims but said it "didn't kill" the victims.
About 1,300 people are being evacuated from the cruise ship after it suffered engine trouble.
Italy is the first G7 country to sign up to China's global investment programme, despite Western concerns.
Firefighters pull a man from the rubble days on from the explosion but the death toll rises again.