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Yemen has more than 200,000 suspected cholera cases, and 1,300 people have already died, the UN says.
Forty-one teenage girls were killed in a fire at the government-run shelter in March.
The president says his predecessor "did nothing" despite knowing of meddling claims before the poll.
The government commits to maintaining duty-free imports for 48 developing countries.
During the Cold War, hundreds of gay men and lesbians in Canada lost government and military jobs because of their sexual orientation. They are about to get an apology.
As Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis announces he is retiring, here are some other stars who quit being an actor.
A growing number of gay Chinese couples are going abroad to have babies, but face legal hurdles back home.
Cuba’s only English-language bookshop is flourishing. Our correspondent, Will Grant, popped in.
Yemen cholera epidemic: 'I have never seen such suffering'
Brian Cant sat in a cardboard box during his Play School audition - and other news nuggets.
It can be hard to get into longboarding when you're the only girl at the skate park.
The rock band are playing the Pyramid Stage, two years after injury forced them to pull out
The deal to transfer two Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia has triggered protests and a legal battle.
Russian YouTuber Tatiana Subbotina shares how she "travels the world" without leaving her home.
Photographer Joe Newman has explored some of the city's biggest council estates.
They vow to hold a march in Istanbul which officials have banned for the third year in a row.
The former Miss Italy finalist said she was doing so to encourage other women to defy bullies.
Meng Meng and Jiao Qing arrive in Germany from China ahead of a visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping.
Spain's Feliciano Lopez sees off former champion Grigor Dimitrov to set up an Aegon Championships final against Croatian fourth seed Marin Cilic.
MPs are unable to access emails remotely, as Westminster deals with a hacking attempt made on Friday.
Watch highlights as England fall short of their highest ODI chase, losing by 35 runs to India in their opening Women's World Cup match in Derby.
An American supermarket has created a "new" summer snack that look very familiar to Britons.
Hosts England have four players run out as they suffer a 35-run defeat by India in their opening Women's World Cup match at Derby.
Lewis Hamilton says he thrives under "pressure" after salvaging a pole position in Azerbaijan with a "beautiful lap".
Great Britain sit third after day two at the European Team Championships with Harry Aikines-Aryeetey winning in the 100m and 4x100m relay.
Why new mum Rosie has decided to stay in her Camden tower block, despite it failing fire safety tests.
Working out when the Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr begins is surprisingly complicated.
A man in India confesses on TV that he took part in the attack after being goaded by his friends.
The British and Irish Lions need to be "more physical" after the opening Test defeat by New Zealand, says head coach Warren Gatland.
The Swiss Association of Seaplane Pilots is gathering on the banks of Lake Geneva.
The foreign minister says conditions set by four Arab states for lifting sanctions are unrealistic.
For a moment, the Lions seemed to have New Zealand on the ropes - but then reality overcame hype, writes Tom Fordyce.
The former rescue dog won over the judges with her stage presence at the Californian fair.
The "controversial" theory is too complex for schoolchildren, an education official says.
Theresa May offers to protect EU nationals in the UK if UK nationals are protected in Europe.
When her daughter died, Gilli Davidson wanted to keep her at home - the funeral director made that possible.
The Women's Cricket World Cup gets under way, on a mission to grow as a sport and a business
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, it is "Summer sport".