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The gathering determines who leads China and the country's direction for the next five years.
Police say their boat capsized on Monday, and a crewmate was rescued about 12 hours later.
The US author is awarded the £50,000 prize for his first full-length novel, Lincoln in the Bardo.
Paul Stephenson has used exactly the same methods and materials - so can they be called Warhols?
US-backed forces may be celebrating after taking back another city, but fighting will not end soon.
How Canadian winemaker Norman Hardie is able to make award-winning wines, despite winter temperatures so cold it can kill his vines.
Click was given rare access to the Fukushima site to see how the decontamination work was progressing.
Classes in Nairobi aim to teach boys and young men what constitutes harassment - and how to intervene if they spot it happening on public transport.
Chechen rebels seized a packed theatre in central Moscow and took hundreds of people hostage for two days.
A former India soldier returns to Sri Lanka 30 years after a peacekeeping mission ended in war.
Health risks and job losses are among the harms many in China face in the push for economic change.
Four young North Korean defectors explain what life was like back home and what they miss most.
Spain's tourism sector may be booming, but hotel cleaners are getting as little as €1,400 a month.
Ahead of China's party congress, Beijing is plastered with posters praising leader Xi Jinping.
New Paris street signs say Charles Nungesser and Francois Coli did fly across the Atlantic in 1927.
Les Inrockuptibles defends making Bertrand Cantat - who killed his girlfriend - its cover star.
Harry Kane says Tottenham showed they "can handle" playing in the Champions League after a draw at Real Madrid moves them towards the last 16.
Pep Guardiola felt Man City's 2-1 Champions League win over Napoli was a "perfect" performance against a side he rates as one of the best he has ever faced.
Weinstein was "holding tightly to the back of my arm" after she rebuffed him, Lena Headey said.
The name "ugg" is a generic term in Australia, but its US definition is prompting a legal challenge.
Liverpool record their biggest Champions League win in almost 10 years as they thrash Maribor to go top of Group E.
Demonstrators demanding major anti-corruption reforms vow to stay put, setting up tents in Kiev.
Newly declassified documents show US embassies knew about mass killings in Indonesia in the 1960s.
British world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua says he is "in no rush" to fight in the United States.
A candlelit protest is held after a Spanish judge jails two Catalan pro-independence leaders.
A series of exhibits traces the history and art of the Chicano movement.
US Ryder Cup skipper Jim Furyk says there is still work to be done to fully restore his country's reputation in the tournament.
A judge says the policy "suffers from precisely the same maladies as its predecessor".
Malta's Daphne Caruana Galizia was "assassinated" for standing up to corruption, her son says.
A Facebook page is helping to identify those killed or missing in Somalia's deadliest terror attack in a decade.
The fall of Kirkuk reflects the struggle to control Iraq after the defeat of IS, says Michael Knights.
The murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia is seen as an attack on democracy.
The dust was dragged in from the Sahara by the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia.
Beijing's spending spree in Greece and the Balkans raises concerns that the EU will object to its involvement in the region.
A US-backed alliance says three years of jihadist rule in the northern Syrian city are over.
IS has lost its 'capital' Raqqa, but it has taken the might of a global alliance to crush it.
As Warren Gatland's involvement with the Lions comes to a bitter end after a tour he "hated", Chris Jones asks how did it come to this?
Deadly bomb attacks in Somalia kill at least 281 people but there are no hashtags of solidarity
Residents of Caracas say they are frustrated and stressed by the politics of confrontation, says Will Grant.
Maxim Lapunov says he spent 12 days in a blood-soaked cell, beaten, threatened and humiliated.
What's the best way to sell online? And how do you make sure your website really works?
Women-only carriages have been trialled around the world, but do they work?