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US Republican candidate Donald Trump announces in a tweet that he will go to Mexico to meet President Enrique Pena Nieto on Wednesday.
South Korea's biggest shipping group Hanjin is set to enter receivership after its creditors refused to provide further funding to the indebted firm.
Former defence minister Yuriko Koike was recently elected governor of Tokyo in a landslide victory, making her the first woman to lead the Japanese capital.
A stillborn baby is cremated after being incorrectly identified by staff at a Sydney Hospital in a scandal that follows a deadly newborn "laughing gas" mix-up.
African forest elephants have an extremely slow birth rate, putting them under greater pressure from poaching, a study suggests.
The BBC's Geeta Pandey in Delhi collects some tips for politicians after a minister says women tourists should avoid wearing skirts.
BBC Mundo's Natalio Cosoy asks Colombians in the capital Bogota whether they think the peace agreement with the Farc rebels signals a new start for the country.
At the Paralympic Games in Sydney, Kenyan distance runner Henry Wanyoike won his first gold medal
Avon Lake is an upmarket suburb of a US city - but opiate addiction is tearing apart the fabric of the neighbourhood.
Human rights researchers warn of a "devastating" lack of information for families of migrants who might have drowned in the Mediterranean.
Police in Los Angeles search the home of singer Chris Brown after receiving an emergency call from a woman.
Will Pennsylvania be the key to winning the US presidential election?
The US welcomes a pause in fighting between Turkish and Kurdish forces in northern Syria, urging them to focus on fighting so-called Islamic State.
One of the longest-serving and most prominent leaders of so-called Islamic State, Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, is killed in the Syrian province of Aleppo.
A state funeral for 37 victims of the Italian earthquake is held in Amatrice, the town that bore the brunt of the disaster.
The US Treasury criticises 'unfair' tax rulings by the European Commission, following a demand that Apple hands over €13bn in unpaid tax.
A visual guide to which hairstyles are banned at a South African school accused of racism over its hair rules.
Maine's Republican governor apologises for leaving an obscenity-laden voicemail for a rival politician and says he is considering his position.
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron resigns from the government ahead of an expected centrist bid for the presidency in next year's election.
The French economy minister, Emmanuel Macron, has resigned from Francois Hollande's government, amid speculation that he's considering running for president.