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A declaration at the G7 meeting in Japan says a vote by the UK to leave the European Union would pose a "serious threat to global growth".
US President Barack Obama is due to arrive in Hiroshima, the first sitting US president to visit since the 1945 nuclear bombing.
Nearly 20 migrants on the Greek island of Chios are taking part in a hunger strike.
Experts following the MH370 search say it is likely a new piece of debris found by a BBC reader in Mozambique came from the missing plane.
Too many teenagers and young adults are dying of some types of cancer, a Europe-wide report warns.
This year's Architecture Biennale in Venice explores how buildings can be designed creatively and sustainably to improve the environment and our lives.
A Thai man is recovering in hospital after a python emerged from a toilet and sank its fangs into his penis.
The UK is set to send another warship to the Mediterranean to help tackle people-smuggling and movements of arms in and out of Libya, officials say.
Kenya's parliament approves changes to anti-doping legislation in the hope of avoiding a ban on its athletes attending the Olympic Games in Rio.
Why people at US border back Trump's 'great' wall
In Weiner, a new documentary about the disgraced congressman, his wife Huma Abedin - one of Hillary Clinton's closest aides - steals the show.
A husband's online account of fertility problems strikes a chord
Where was Angelina Jolie made a professor?
In our series of letters by African journalists, novelist and writer Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani gives five examples of just how much has changed in Nigeria since President Buhari was sworn in a year ago.
How hard is it to be a Syrian refugee with a disability?
Google wins legal battle against Oracle to use Java software in its Android operating system.
A victim of nuclear bombing, Sadako Sasaki is remembered through the symbolic folding of paper cranes, sent from around the world to her hometown of Hiroshima.
A student demonstration in central Santiago turns violent as police use tear gas and water cannons to disperse the crowd.
Google wins a major US court battle with software firm Oracle when a jury rules it did not unfairly appropriate parts of the Java programming language.
Why Hindu groups are against California textbook change