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Indian fishermen are using cheap smartphones to map the coastline and stop encroachment.
Recent data shows that the national murder rate in South Africa is going up.
Amidst a collapse in public services, water supplies have become contaminated with untreated sewage.
An inquest is taking place into the death of Alexander Perepilichnyy, who collapsed in 2012 in Surrey.
Take a look at the stars - and, just as importantly, what they're wearing.
Several women have now come forward to accuse Tariq Ramadan, one of the Muslim world’s most famous thinkers, of sexual assault.
Ham Eun-hyeock survived the alleged attack on a South Korean navy ship which killed 46 sailors.
After ten years of legal battles, Israel's Supreme Court has authorised the destruction of Khan al-Ahmar.
It is the lowest figure since after the 9/11 attacks when 27,000 refugees were let into the US.
The Supreme Court nominee and his accuser are reportedly both invited to appear before senators.
The higher taxes will apply to more than 5,000 items, and mark the biggest round of US tariffs so far.
The refrigerated container holds at least 100 corpses - because the local mortuaries are all full.
When three would-be robbers stormed a bookmakers, they did not bet on facing a formidable 85-year-old.
When three would-be robbers stormed into a County Cork bookmakers, they did not bet on facing a formidable 85-year-old.
The city of Wilmington for a while became an island encircled by deluge of Florence.
Bullet-proof jeeps and helicopters drew hundreds of bidders to Pakistan's "austerity-drive" auction.
The billionaire had accused cave diver Vernon Unsworth of being a "child rapist", without evidence.
Five squirrel siblings are saved by a US wildlife centre after their tails got dangerously tangled.
Emergency crews have rescued more than 900 people in North Carolina as floodwaters continue to rise.
Rhys O'Neill's promise to his girlfriend stood the test of time - as their son discovered.