BBC World Service
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The UN believes Houthi rebels in Yemen may have used civilians as human shields, Police thwart 'imminent' France attack, Race to save stranded whales on New Zealand beach
Chaos at Zuma's State of the Nation address, Twitter's shares fall ten percent, Ghana's missing cars
Kenyan high court rules that the government cannot close the huge Dadaab refugee camp, New US intelligence chief in Turkey on first foreign trip, How far should the authorities go to protect endangered species?
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