BBC World Service
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Beijing says SKorea and the US could end military drills in exchange, gunmen storm Afghan hospital, Republicans divided on Trump health bill, robots of the future
'CIA can hack phones and turn TVs into listening devices'; Bangladeshi acid attack survivors on the catwalk; rhino killed for horn in French zoo
BBC investigation finds Facebook moderation failings, George Michael died of natural causes, backpacker 'suffers two-month rape ordeal' in Australia
Malaysia accuses North Korea of holding its citizens hostage, Syrian children in state of 'toxic stress', test-driving eco-friendly taxis in the Arctic
President Trump signs new order on travellers from six mainly Muslim countries, French Republican party closes ranks around its embattled presidential candidate, Francois Fillon, UN ambassadors see for themselves the pain caused by Boko Haram militants in Nigeria
Alain Juppé says he won't run as Republicans leader in France, Philippines Duterte death squad testimony, soy 'can help prevent' breast cancer, Jamaica's vinyl revival