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An anti-racism protester explains why she protected Trump supporters in a tense protest.
Quiet Ripoll is in shock after becoming the focus of the Barcelona van attack investigation.
The court said forcing the woman to use open fields amounted to cruelty.
Tens of thousands voice support for three pro-democracy activists who led the 2014 umbrella protests.
The event is being held for the first time in five years. with reports speaking of five deaths.
Meet the team bringing the BBC to tens of millions of Pidgin speakers in West and Central Africa.
Aryana Sayeed, known to fans as Afghanistan's Kim Kardashian, sang to hundreds of delighted fans.
It comes as questions are raised over the killing of a teenager by police during a week of violence.
The German-Turkish writer must stay in Madrid while Turkey considers requesting his extradition.
Thousands are flocking to the little town of Hopkinsville, Kentucky, in the US, to watch Monday's solar eclipse.
The warship's sinking, weeks before WW2's end, remains the worst US naval loss in history.
In 'windy' La Ventosa, a village 700km from Mexico City, residents are renting out their land for wind farms.
Police in Arkansas are hunting thieves who stole the cash machine from a bank's drive-through area.
From an inspirational father and daughter to a cloakroom assistant who became a stage star.
Robert Mugabe's wife is back in Harare despite allegations of an assault at a hotel in Johannesburg.
Hopes in Madrid that a common front against terrorism will dampen secessionism may be misplaced.
King Felipe and Queen Letizia will attend the Sagrada Familia to commemorate 14 killed in attacks.
The BBC's Alex Duval Smith reports on how the return of conflict is redefining life in northern Mali.
All Blacks great Sir Colin Meads, who was named as New Zealand's best rugby player of the 20th Century, dies of pancreatic cancer, aged 81.
How a day of rival "free speech" and anti-racism protests in Boston unfolded.