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Harry Kane scores a hat-trick as Tottenham reach the FA Cup quarter-finals with a comfortable 3-0 win over Championship side Fulham.
President Donald Trump is picking between four candidates to replace his sacked national security adviser.
All was quiet in Sweden despite President Trump's suggestion of an attack in the country.
Witnesses say the bomb went off in a part of the city popular with soldiers, civilians and traders.
Russian gold medal winners at the biathlon world championship in Austria had to sing the correct version of their anthem.
The UN warns about the safety of up to 650,000 civilians in the IS stronghold.
Vladimir Kara-Murza's lawyer says the diagnosis is 'toxic influence of an unknown substance'.
Some 12 million people are expected to cast their ballots in the presidential elections.
Former Australia and Northampton lock Dan Vickerman, who won 63 caps, has died at the age of 37.
South Korea publicly accuses its Northern neighbour, after four more suspects are identified.
The sister of the young man who was allegedly sexually assaulted by French police, calls for justice in a BBC interview.
Michael Watson was dragged along the road and his carer sprayed with ammonia, a friend says.
Thousands of men wearing just loincloths gathered at the Saidaiji Kannon-in Temple, Okayama, Japan for an annual festival.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville is embedded with Iraqi troops and reports from near Mosul.
US forecasters say more heavy rain is on the way in north California, after southern storms killed five.
China's foreign ministry has warned Washington against challenging Beijing's sovereignty.
We asked different groups of people living in America what that's meant to them.
Kenyan herders are giving their own food to animals to keep them alive during the severe drought.
Gemma Handy reports on the sailors preparing their vintage vessels for Antigua's classic yacht regatta.
Kurdish mourners gather at Heathrow Airport as the body of Ryan Lock arrives back in the UK.
The US president invited a supporter on to the stage at his rally in Florida.
Facebook last week doubled its bereavement leave allowance for its staff. Employees can now take up to 20 days off on full pay. Is it enough?
The history of black women working for Nasa goes back much further than the 1960s - the period of the film Hidden Figures - and their struggles continued afterwards.
A forgotten and abandoned platform hidden beneath Glasgow Central Station could be given new life.
Internet users mock the US president by making him look small - literally.
Vice-President Mike Pence represents the new Donald Trump administration at the Munich Security Conference.
Microsoft's founder warns a virus, possibly created by terrorists, could have a catastrophic effect.
The drama of cars tumbling into a sinkhole is shown on live TV.
The BBC's James Longman assesses the mood in the deprived suburbs of Paris after days of unrest.
Ecuadoreans vote for a new leader as President Rafael Correa ends his term after a decade in power.
Some see Kim Jong-nam's death as a slap in the face for Beijing from the North Korean leader.
Long Zhenyang sought asylum in the US, saying his hopes of reform in China were "shattered".
Economist Ken Rogoff on why it makes sense to get rid of large banknotes.
Grace Mugabe says her husband. 92, is so popular voters would support him even if he were dead.
Donald Trump says his administration has made "incredible progress". Do the facts back that up?
A two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict is one of a number of formulas, writes Prof Colin Shindler.
Profile of Unilever, the business behind brands from Marmite to Pot Noodle and Persil.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
LensCulture has announced the winners of its annual Exposure Awards, showcasing the best in contemporary photography.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Love".
Aerial photos capture colours and patterns not typically associated with rural Australia.
Images of this year's Grammy awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.