The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
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The state department finds Hillary Clinton and other former secretaries of state are at fault for poorly managing email security, an audit shows.
The International Monetary Fund announces it is not yet ready to join the EU's latest bailout for Greece, saying it wants details of a debt relief deal.
The Afghan Taliban have announced Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada as its new leader to replace Mullah Akhtar Mansour who was killed in a US drone strike.
The consumer agency in Norway stages a live reading of app terms and conditions lasting over 30 hours in protest against their "absurd" length.
Students in Switzerland must shake their teachers' hands, after controversy around an exemption that was granted for two teenage Muslim brothers.
Thousands of stranded migrants are being evacuated from the makeshift Idomeni camp on Greece's northern border with Macedonia.
Microsoft reveals plans to cut up to 1,850 jobs as part of efforts to scale back its smartphone business.
Azeri investigative journalist Khadija Ismayilova is to be freed after 18 months in jail, on the order of the country's supreme court.
Russia releases jailed Ukrainian servicewoman Nadiya Savchenko in a prisoner exchange also involving two Russian nationals convicted in Kiev last month.
Angry petrol queues in France as social conflict ramps up
A Brussels chief of police spends the night in hospital with concussion after a rioter punches him in the head from behind during a protest.
A 15-year-old Malaysian boy has the parasitic foetus of his twin removed from his stomach, the state news agency reports.
On-demand video streaming services face a call that at least 20% of the catalogues they offer to EU subscribers should be made locally.
US President Barack Obama briefly beatboxed before an impromptu performance by Vietnamese rapper Suboi as he took part in a meeting in Ho Chi Minh City.
A section of the embankment of the River Arno in central Florence collapses, sending part of the road and at least 20 cars into a newly formed ditch.
A news crew has been filming tornados outside Dodge City in Kansas. At least two people were injured in severe storms.
Anti-Islam protesters in Germany complain about non-white children's photos on Kinder chocolates - but the images are childhood photos of the national football team.
The controversial right-wing politician Avigdor Lieberman is to be named Israel's defence minister after agreeing to join the governing coalition.
Turkey has long term ambitions of joining the European Union but its "voyage to the EU is an extremely long one" explains Mark Lowen.
Authorities have fired pepper spray and used smoke grenades at violent protests outside a Donald Trump rally in New Mexico on Tuesday night.