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Tigers in China chase and knock a drone out of the sky, in a keep fit exercise.
Sri Lankan asylum seekers in Hong Kong fear they are being pursued for helping the US whistleblower.
Venezuelan cross-country skier Adrian Solano was expelled from France on his way to a training camp.
The head of Telangana state uses $750,000 (£610,790) from public funds to offer gold at a temple.
Governing party candidate Lenin Moreno will face conservative Guillermo Lasso in a run-off on 2 April.
Rumours are rife about the state of Muhammadu Buhari's health - and about his grip on power.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville reports from Mosul airport as Iraqi security forces try to retake western Mosul.
Japanese men celebrate 'baldy' pull factor
The bomb targeted a shopping area in the Pakistani city wounding another 30 people, officials say.
The former elite gymnastics medic is charged on 22 counts of sexual assault, some against girls under 13.
The year-long occupation near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation is over.
Iraqi Security services say they've arrested over a thousand suspected IS members in Eastern Mosul.
Kevin Rudd accused the Israeli leader of "torpedoing" peace negotiations in the Middle East.
Iraqi security forces move in on Mosul airport in their bid to retake the city from IS militants.
An angry report in North Korean state media says Malaysia is responsible for the death of "a citizen".
Flooding again becomes a political issue amid the race to be the Indonesian capital's governor.
They believe the two-year sentence for officers convicted of assaulting a protester is too harsh.
Republican Senator Chuck Grassley faced tough questions from his constituents at a town hall meeting.
The US has said it will be a "tighter, more streamlined version of the first executive order".
Meeting marks first UN-backed talks between government and opposition in nearly a year.