BBC World Service
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Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, also known as 'Farmajo', is Somalia's new president; French presidential candidate François Fillon, battling fresh allegations over payments to his wife, President Trump accuses America's courts of being "too political" over temporary block on travel ban
Somali leader being elected in airport, UN launches $2.1bn appeal for Yemen aid, Sweden tests the six hour working day
Peace talks with Colombia's ELN rebel group begin, UN denounces Israel's law on West Bank settlements, Gene therapy restores hearing in deaf mice
French judge orders ex-President Sarkozy to stand trial in illegal campaign finance case, Amnesty International claims thousands were hanged at Syrian prison, why a Hungarian village aims to create a white utopia, will flying cars soon be a reality ?
John Bercow says he's opposed to President Trump addressing UK parliament on his state visit; French presidential candidate, Francois Fillon, says it was an error of judgement to employ his family; Buddhist monk arrested in Myanmar following the discovery of more than four million 'speed' pills.
Inquiry hears that over 4000 people claim to have been abused between 1980 and 2015, Afghan civilian casualties hit new high, why David Beckham is back in the headlines, how the Dutch state helps mothers of newborn babies