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The only black college marching band to play at the Trump inauguration reaches Washington, braving an intense backlash.
Might the search for missing airliner MH370 resume, and if so who would pay for it?
Many of the bosses at the World Economic Forum in Davos are not just obsessed by corporate success, but also physical fitness.
In India, where crimes against women are rampant, a female activist speaks up for harassed men.
As Martin McGuinness steps down, who will take over as Sinn Féin's leader in Northern Ireland?
Six Britons have been killed in a road crash while on a pilgrimage to Mecca, the Foreign Office says.
An alleged victim tells the ex-TV star's trial he assaulted her in a "quick opportunistic grope".
Adama Barrow says he will be sworn in as Gambian president in Senegal as Yahya Jammeh refuses to go.
Tour operator TUI was not made aware of a security risk prior to the 2015 Tunisia hotel attack, an inquest is told.
Police recorded an 8% rise in all offences in England and Wales as a survey shows figures in cybercrime and fraud.
The rise will add nearly £200 a Band D bill, bringing it to about £1,500.
Three bodies are removed from the ruins of a luxury mountain hotel as a desperate search continues.
The prime minister says mainstream politicians must tackle a backlash against globalisation.
Donald Trump has put together a star-studded line-up for his official inauguration celebrations.
The world watches as Mr Trump is sworn in as the 45th US president on 20 January.
Patients in England may face delays getting new drugs or go without them under NHS cost-cutting plans.
A mother and her ex-partner are sentenced to 13 years each over the death of Poppy Widdison.
Defending champion Novak Djokovic is beaten in five sets by world number 117 Denis Istomin in the Australian Open second round.
From Captain Picard to poo - the surprising new role for Sir Patrick Stewart.
A landmark high-rise building in the Iranian capital, Tehran, collapses after being engulfed by fire.