BBC World Service
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Trump 'will prioritise tax cuts'; Usain Bolt's retirement plans; sex and swingers website targeted
Scientists say 2016 set to break records for hottest global temperatures, American Muslims' anxieties over Trump presidency, report from front line in Mosul as Iraqi elite troops battle IS, a chess champion takes on the challenge of playing while blindfolded
Donald Trump chooses the chairman of the Republican National Committee, Reince Priebus, as his chief of staff; Powerful earthquake strikes New Zealand, generating a tsunami and forcing people to flee their homes; Colombian government agrees new peace deal with FARC rebels.
Bataclan concert hall in Paris reopens; Clinton blames FBI for losing election; Mozart opera for people with dementia
Donald Trump has reshuffled his transition team, putting vice-president-elect Mike Pence in charge; Germany urges support for plan to stem the flow of African migrants; Growing anger in India at the shortage of ready cash.
Atrocities against civilians in Iraq, Oregan anti-Trump protests, remembering Leonard Cohen, political leaders sing karaoke, world's fastest flying creature