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Syria war: Pro-government forces enter Kurdish-held Afrin
Militiamen enter the Kurdish-held border area, prompting Turkish troops to fire "warning shots".

Russia admits dozens of Russian casualties in Syria battle
Russia says "several dozen" Russians - not regular troops - were killed or wounded in a Syria clash.

Save The Children ex-boss 'faced complaints'
Justin Forsyth was accused of sending texts to young women about how they looked and what they wore.

Florida shooting: West Point admits murdered hero
The famed US military academy posthumously enrols 15-year-old Peter Wang to its class of 2025.

Liu Wen: China supermodel's new year message sparks row
Liu Wen was accused of betraying her Chinese heritage by wishing fans a happy "Lunar New Year".

Kidnap case model Chloe Ayling revisits where she was held
Model Chloe Ayling revisits the place she was allegedly held after being lured to Milan.

WHO warns of soaring rates of measles in Europe
There was a four-fold increase in cases in 2017 compared with the previous year.

Poles told to report 'anti-Polish slander' to diplomats
Poland's top senator says linking Poles to Nazi crimes is an insult to the nation.

Trump-Russia inquiry: Lawyer Alex van der Zwaan charged
Alex van der Zwaan, the 19th person to be charged, is accused of making false statements.

Jail term for clown cartoon of Malaysia PM
Fahmi Reza's caricature depicts Najib Razak as a clown and went viral during protests against him.

Iran plane crash wreckage found on mountainside
The wreckage of the plane, which went down with 66 people on board, is found on a mountainside.

Thai survival training: Drinking cobra blood in the jungle
US and South Korean soldiers learn essential jungle survival skills in Thailand.

Venezuela launches oil cryptocurrency
The "Petro" is intended to help country's crumbling economy evade tough US sanctions.

Mitsutoki Shigeta: 'Baby factory' dad wins paternity rights
The Japanese man can now pursue custody of 13 children he fathered through Thai surrogate mothers.

Photographer Stephen Wilkes shows day to night in one image
Photographer Stephen Wilkes melds more than 1,000 pictures of a scene into a single image.

Sylvester Stallone 'still punching' despite death hoax
The actor maintains he is "alive and well" after a bogus online prank claimed he had died.

How Malawi reduced infant mortality
Every year 2.6m babies around the world don't survive beyond a month but Malawi's number is dropping.

Singer Fergie apologises for national anthem
The singer tells fans she 'tried her best' after criticism of her rendition of the national anthem at an NBA game.

The Afro-Colombian village which celebrates Christmas in February
The tradition dates back to the days of slavery and has been preserved in an Afro-Colombian village.

Jennifer Lawrence explains Bafta mishap with Joanna Lumley
The actress says her "rude" comment at the Baftas was "an inside joke that fell flat".

Jeffrey Kong: Singapore's Lego brick artist
Jeffrey Kong creates objects using Lego. He says it can be used as a form of self-expression

Mexico theme park offers illegal migrant experience
The trip is designed to warn people about the dangers of illegal crossings, say the owners.

Bringing solar power to a remote community in the Himalayas
A team of engineers trek into the remote region to bring a community electricity for the first time.

Falluja: Meet Issa Saer, mayor of ruined Iraqi city
Falluja was ruined in the battle against the Islamic State group - meet the mayor picking up the pieces.

The Russian guns for hire dying in Syria
A grieving mother sheds some light on Russia's secret mercenary war in Syria.

Have the Olympics repaired North-South Korea relations?
Warm words have raised expectations of improved relations between the two countries.

How lasers and robo-feeders are transforming fish farming
Fish farming is big business and producers are adopting new technologies to expand and cut costs.

The ex-strongman who has divided Peru for decades
Why former Peruvian President Alberto Fujimori's controversial career divided a nation.

Florida shooting: Should US gun raffles be cancelled?
Fundraisers defend AR-15 giveaway in the wake of last week's Florida high school shooting.

Nirav Modi fraud case and India's bank debt crisis
The Nirav Modi loan case is serious, but just a sign of a far deeper malaise in the banking sector.

Runaway cow escapes slaughterhouse to live on Polish island
The animal was on its way to the slaughterhouse when it rammed a gate and swam to an island.

Sergio Aguero: Manchester City striker avoids punishment for fan altercation
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero will not be punished by the Football Association following an altercation with a fan after Monday's FA Cup defeat by Wigan.

Winter Olympics: Christie's heartache, halfpipe heroes & France's GOAT
Watch the best of the action from day 11 at Pyeongchang 2018, as Elise Christie's nightmare Winter Olympics came to a close.

Champions League: Chelsea should fear new-look Barcelona
What can Chelsea expect from Barcelona in their Champions League tie? Spanish football writer Andy West takes a closer look.

Ian Williams: Doncaster Knights player dies aged 27
Doncaster Knights prop Ian Williams dies at the age of 27 after collapsing in training.

Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir: Is this the greatest Olympic 'love story' ever told?
Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir have won two Olympic titles and broken all records - but all anyone is asking is: "Are they going to kiss?"

Slovenia ice hockey player is third doping case
Slovenia ice hockey player Ziga Jeglic accepts an anti-doping rule violation and is suspended from the 2018 Winter Olympics.

Winter Olympics: Elizabeth Swaney the 'best' and worst' Olympian
Elizabeth Swaney made it to the Olympics via a loophole; hilarious and inspirational or just unfair?

Winter Olympics: Petition calls for ban for South Korean speed skater 'bullies'
More than 350,000 people sign a petition calling for two South Korean speed skaters to be banned for "bullying" a team-mate.

Winter Olympics: USA beat Slovakia to reach men's ice hockey quarter-finals
The USA men's ice hockey team reach the quarter-finals at the Winter Olympics with victory over Slovakia in Pyeongchang.

When winter sports stars take a tumble
BBC Sport has taken a look at some of the horrible "bumps and bruises" Winter Olympians have had to overcome.

Winter Olympics: Elise Christie's hopes over after 1,000m disqualification
Briton Elise Christie's hopes of winning a medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics are over after she is disqualified in her 1,000m short track heat.

Shannon Matthews: The unravelling of the truth
Ten years on since the kidnapping hoax, has the full story been revealed?

The playboy who got away with $242m ? using ?black magic?
How Foutanga Babani Sissoko pulled off one of the most audacious confidence tricks of all time.

Florida school shooting: A killer comes to 'paradise'
Students re-live Wednesday's shooting in Florida - and demand tougher gun laws from their government.

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