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Internet "supervillain" Milo Yiannopoulos is dropped from a conference and has a book deal cancelled.
UK Sport chief executive Liz Nicholl warns there is "no excuse" for failing to prioritise athlete welfare on the eve of a report into British Cycling.
Four US citizens and an Australian pilot died when their light aircraft came down on a shopping centre.
Haitian prisons are notoriously overcrowded and inmates spend years in pre-trial detention. Photographer Dieu Nalio Chery, from the Associated Press news agency, has visited a prison where inmates have died of malnutrition and infectious diseases.
Protests take place in London as MPs debate whether Donald Trump should be given a state visit to the UK.
How do you make home appliances safe from hackers? Computer security expert Mikko Hypponen has a plan.
The Nobel Prize, viral videos, Beyonce's pregnancy photo... Amber Spiegel has covered them all - on cookies.
A plane carrying five people has crashed into a Melbourne shopping complex, Australian authorities say.
While so-called Islamic State rules the road, Iraqi forces control the skies in the battle for Mosul, as the BBC's Quentin Sommerville reports.
Brazilian Ricardo Shimosakai is a tourist agent who specialises in finding holiday packages for people with mobility issues.
An albino hunted for her body parts tells the BBC she lives in fear after surviving a kidnap attempt in Malawi.
The new Trump presidency could have profound implications for US relations with Iran, says the BBC's Kambiz Fattahi.
Sutton's players will "go down in history" despite missing out on a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals, says manager Paul Doswell.
Adrian Mannarino becomes Kyle Edmund's second opponent in succession to default after an angry outburst at Delray Beach.
Footage released by Syria Civil Defence shows a girl being pulled alive from rubble, apparently in Damascus amid reported air strikes.
A college student in Florida grades an apology letter sent to him by his ex-girlfriend and sends it back to her with a mark.
Thousands of people gathered in Seger Beach in Indonesia to catch and eat sea worms, a symbol of prosperity.
A two-state solution to the Israel-Palestinian conflict is one of a number of formulas, writes Prof Colin Shindler.
LensCulture has announced the winners of its annual Exposure Awards, showcasing the best in contemporary photography.