BBC World Service
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Half-brother of North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, believed to have been poisoned, President Trump asked his national security adviser to resign because of a breakdown in trust, And what's been causing a spate of car crashes on Iceland's roads?
Trump adviser quits over Russia contacts, Toshiba chairman steps down over nuclear loss, Disney drops YouTube star PewDiePie over anti-Semitism
President Trump meets the Canadian Prime Minister for the first time in the White House; UN condemns North Korea's latest missile launch; banned chemicals found in the Pacific; Valentine's Day banned in Islamabad
Hamas hardliner elected as Gaza leader, US dam risk prompts evacuation in California, Egypt's '500kg' woman undergoes treatment in India
Demonstrations take place in dozens of Mexican cities against President Trump's immigration policies and his plans for the country to pay for a border wall; huge anti-government protests in Romania; Are attitudes to women changing in Saudi Arabia? And the British film awards in London
Fatal clashes in Iraq between police and supporters of Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, Huge prayer meeting in Indonesia encourages Muslims not to vote for Jakarta's Christian mayor, Tearful homecoming for Chinese man trapped in India for five decades.