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The prime minister says the next week will be "critical" and that negotiations are still taking place.
- California wildfires: Trump visits state's deadliest blaze
The toll from the Camp Fire in California has risen to 76 with more than 1,200 people reported missing.
- Apec summit ends without statement over US-China division
There is no formal leaders' statement for the first time amid competing visions for the region.
- Jonestown: Rebuilding my life after surviving the massacre
Laura Johnston Kohl reflects on surviving the events of November 1978, when more than 900 died.
- Golden Horse awards: Taiwan controversy at 'Chinese Oscars'
The winner of best documentary says she hopes Taiwan will be recognised as "truly independent".
- Driver fractures spine in Macau GP crash
Formula 3 driver Sophia Florsch suffers a fractured spine in a crash at the Macau Grand Prix in China.
- Netanyahu warns of danger of early Israel election
PM Benjamin Netanyahu is set to meet his finance minister, in a final attempt to avoid elections.
- Jamal Khashoggi: US 'yet to conclude' who was behind the murder
The State Department counters reports the CIA believes the Saudi crown prince ordered the murder.
- France fuel protest: One dead in 'yellow vest' blockades
More than 280,000 people took part in protests across France against the rising price of fuel.
- Florida election: Democrat Andrew Gillum concedes to Ron DeSantis
The man hoping to be Florida's first black governor admits defeat after votes are recounted.
- 'Stingray' attack kills Australian man in Tasmania
The 42-year-old man went into cardiac arrest after the attack off Tasmania's coast, police say.
- England seal test series against Sri Lanka
Moeen Ali and Jack Leach bowl England to their first series win in Sri Lanka since 2001 with a 57-run victory in the second Test.
- Anti-Ebola efforts in DR Congo suspended amid violence
Rebels attack near a DR Congo emergency centre and it is unclear when healthcare efforts will resume.
- Harwich WW1 U-boat surrender marked with willow model
More than 160 German U-boats surrendered to Allied forces off the Essex coast in November 1918.
- 'Toxic air is killing us but we can?t afford to quit'
Delhi's rickshaw pullers say they don't contribute to air pollution, but are still the worst affected.
- Golden Horse: Zhang Yimou's Shadow wins most awards
Zhang Yimou's Shadow wins the most plaudits at the 55th Golden Horse film awards in Taiwan.
- Nigerian special effects makeup artist on creating gore for Nollywood
Meet the special effects makeup artist creating blood and gore for the Nigerian film industry.
- Your pictures on the theme of 'city life'
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "city life".
- 'Here is an illustrated summary of the news'
He introduced the first news bulletin broadcast on BBC TV.
- Shrinking Swiss glacier hosts world's largest postcard
This huge mosaic on the Aletsch Glacier was made from 125,000 drawings, to highlight climate change.
- ICYMI: Feeling peckish? These waiters could help
Here are some stories you might have missed this week.
- PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds: Imams divided over video game fatwa
Some imams in Kurdistan have officially banned a hugely popular video game ? but others are hitting back.
- Why snow has brought despair to Kashmir's apple farmers
The apple farming industry which employs nearly half the state's population has been badly affected.
- Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson works out at Doncaster gym
Dwayne Johnson hit the weights at a Doncaster gym during a break from filming his latest blockbuster.
- What does the Brexit draft document really mean?
BBC correspondents explain the 585-page withdrawal document faster than you could print them.