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Twenty-three people died and nearly 200 were injured as armed mobs clashed in the Indian capital.
- Singer Duffy 'drugged, raped and held captive'
The Grammy and Brit award-winning singer has written on Instagram that her "recovery took time".
- Sydney baboons go on the run before vasectomy
Three baboons - one on his way to a vasectomy - fled an Australian hospital, stunning onlookers.
- Appeal for more funds to control locusts
The UN warns that time is short to stop locusts threatening food supplies in some countries.
- Germany overturns ban on professionally assisted suicide
Five years ago a change in the law stopped doctors helping the terminally ill to end their lives.
- White Helmets appeal for help from world powers in Syria's Idlib
First responders say world powers must support people in Idlib or "this tragedy will not finish".
- Hong Kong to give cash gift of $1,200 to residents
Officials hope it will boost spending as the city's economy struggles after a tumultuous year.
- Weinstein's lawyer Donna Rotunno: 'The fight is not over'
Harvey Weinstein will appeal a guilty verdict in the rape and sexual assault cases against him.
- Mario Cerciello Rega case: US students in Italian court over police murder
Officer Mario Cerciello Rega was stabbed to death after a drug deal gone wrong in central Rome.
- Virgin Galactic sees demand for space travel surge
Sir Richard Branson's firm says it is releasing more tickets for flights into space.
- Outdoor heaters: Paris campaigners want them banned
A campaign is under way in Paris to ban heaters due to concerns about their electricity use.
- Hosni Mubarak: Egypt holds military funeral for ousted president
Mubarak was forced out of office by an Arab Spring uprising in 2011, after 30 years in power.
- Dealing with emotions: Borderline personality disorder
Borderline personality disorder, also known as BPD, is characterised by strong emotional reactions, a distorted sense of self and difficult personal relationships.
- Miriam Haley comments on Weinstein's guilty verdict
One of two main accusers in Harvey Weinstein's trial says she feels "huge relief" at his conviction.
- Six-year-old girl arrested at Florida school
Police bodycam footage captured the moment a visibly distressed child was arrested at her school in Orlando.
- Climate change: Why are tomato prices in Africa increasing?
The price of tomatoes have skyrocketed in East Africa in recent weeks after floods ruined crops.
- Underwater Photographer of the Year
The winners of the Underwater Photographer of the Year competition 2020.
- Etika mural becomes Pokemon Go spot in tribute to YouTuber
A New York City mural to deceased YouTuber Etika becomes a point of interest in video game Pokemon Go.
- Greta Thunberg meets Malala Yousafzai at Oxford University
The campaigners posed for a photo together at Lady Margaret Hall at the University of Oxford.
- In pictures: Haiti capital's streets blocked as protests spread
Barricades are erected in Port-au-Prince amid unrest by police officers over working conditions.
- How fear set in overnight in Sri Lanka
Many fear Gotabaya Rajapaksa's return to power will re-open old wounds, but most are too afraid to speak out.
- 'How do I convince the UK Home Office I'm a lesbian?'
More than 1,500 people claim asylum in the UK each year, claiming that they are persecuted for being gay. But it's not an easy thing to prove.
- Solari boards: The disappearing sound of airports
Inside airports, old-school departure boards are falling silent. Outside, it's a different story.
- How did companies sell 'unmentionable' sanitary towels?
How do you build a market for a product society considers unmentionable?
- What did the Trump-Modi ?bromance? achieve?
The two leaders tried their best to go beyond bear hugs, songs and dances. But did they succeed?