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Philippines holds referendum for Muslim-majority Mindanao
It is hoped the vote could end a decades-long insurgency that has claimed more than 120,000 lives.
Israel hits Iranian and Syrian targets around Damascus - military
Israel's military says it hit sites operated by elite Iranian units as well as Syrian air defences.
China economy: Fourth quarter growth slips to 6.4%
A damaging trade fight with the US is adding to worries in China as its economic slowdown deepens.
Letter from Africa: What is it like to report a terror attack?
Kenyan TV presenter Waihiga Mwaura looks back at traumatic week following the hotel siege in Nairobi.
The struggling farmer who planned his own funeral
Malappa was one of the thousands of indebted Indian farmers who killed themselves last year.
France and Germany to seal new deal as Brexit looms
A new treaty between two of Europe's closest friends - but why now, and what's in it?
Why are so many people still dying from snake bites?
Most of the world's population lives near venomous snakes - but some are at greater risk than others.
Trump wall - all you need to know about US border in seven charts
A standoff over funding for the US president's promised border wall has led to a shutdown. What's going on?
'The bed that saved me from the Taliban'
On 20 January 2018 Taliban gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in Kabul that was popular with foreign guests - Vasileios Vasilieiou was one of them.
WW2 wreckage found by grandson on Norwegian mountainside
Royal Navy pilot Phil Richardson found the wreckage of his grandfather Ron's WW2 plane in Norway.