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Catalan protests: Region's president urges immediate halt to violence
Unrest in the Spanish region continues for a third night after the sentencing of Catalan separatists.
Ron Ely: Tarzan star's wife stabbed to death by their son
The ex-Miss Florida is found dead with "multiple stab wounds" in a luxury suburb of Santa Barbara.
Why Poles want more of this man's populist message
Millions of families feel for the first time that the party ruling Poland cares about their dignity.
Letter from Africa: How this teenager risked all for a life in limbo
Meeting the family of a young Gambian who ran away to seek his fortune in Europe.
Russia's Putin: From pariah to Middle East power broker
Russia's geo-political clout has expanded and it has become the key player in the Middle East.
Can a new apple take over the world?
Apple growers in Washington state reckon their new variety, the Cosmic Crisp, will be a global hit.
Rugby rehabilitation programme for Kenyan prisoners
Inmates in Kenya say playing the sport teaches them discipline and gives them hope.
Morocco pardons journalist Hajar Raissouni jailed on abortion charges
Activists said the charges against Hajar Raissouni were part of a crackdown on opposition media.
Jailed British tourists entered US 'deliberately'
Officials say two of the adults had previously been denied travel authorisation to the United States.
Turkey-Syria offensive: Not our border, says Donald Trump
His remarks come as the US comes under fire at home and abroad for withdrawing its troops from Syria.