BBC World Service
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Political outsider Donald Trump to become 45th US president after a stunning victory over Hillary Clinton. We look at the key events of election night - and what his victory means for the US and the wider world
Bankers lured from London, Can gold treat cancer, Tolberone fans disappointed
US voters cast their ballots to choose either Clinton or Trump as their next President, Iraqi troops discover mass-grave near IS-held Mosul, Prince Harry condemns media "abuse" of his girlfriend, the challenge of being David Bowie's final collaborator
Clinton and Trump in final, frenetic round of campaigning / WHO concerned about impact of war in Yemen / How Black Pete splits Dutch opinion
Clinton and Trump address supporters on last day of campaign, reaction in Hong Kong as Beijing blocks independence activists from taking office, Burmese army accused of murder and gang-rape of Rohingyas, behind the scenes at a private radio station in Damascus.
FBI director says no evidence of criminality found in emails linked to Hillary Clinton / Second front against IS near Raqqa / How maps expand our knowledge of the world