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An "abnormal, singular, short, violent, non-nuclear event" was recorded, the Argentine navy said.
- Inside Saudi Arabia's gilded prison at Riyadh Ritz-Carlton
The BBC's Lyse Doucet is the first journalist to visit the hotel where dozens of prominent Saudis are being held.
- Australian paramedics fulfil dying woman's wish to go to the beach
Australian ambulance workers give a terminally ill patient one last trip - to go to the beach.
- Zimbabwe after Mugabe: ?We need fairness not corruption?
These young Zimbabweans have lived all their lives with Robert Mugabe as leader.
- Robinho: Brazil striker given prison sentence for 2013 rape
Brazilian footballer Robinho is sentenced to nine years in prison for raping a woman with four other men in a Milan nightclub in 2013.
- Finland rolls out bread made from crushed crickets
Insect-eating is common in many parts of the world. In the West, it is perceived as a niche diet.
- Yemen war: Aid agencies await Saudi clearance to reach rebel ports
There is no sign of aid flights or shipments reaching rebel areas despite a Saudi blockade easing.
- India train travels 160km in 'wrong direction'
Passengers in India wake up in shock after realising the train was not following the specified route.
- Bird seen becoming new species
A population of finches on the Galapagos is discovered in the process of becoming a new species.
- Myanmar Rohingya crisis: Deal to allow return of Muslim refugees
Myanmar agrees to take back hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims who fled violence for Bangladesh.
- France skin graft: Twin's skin saves man with 95% burns
It is the first time a twin donor has been used to repair such a large area of burns, say doctors.
- Rwanda offers refuge to enslaved Libya migrants
Rwanda says it cannot stand by as Africa migrants are "auctioned off like cattle" in Libya.
- World's only particle accelerator for art is back at the Louvre
The world's only particle accelerator used in the analysis of art has undergone major refurbishment.
- Belgium waffle factory blaze sends pall of smoke over Brussels
No-one is reported injured but the mayor has urged residents to keep their windows closed.
- Married for a price: India's abandoned 'holiday wives'
The story of a woman who was married off to a rich visitor for a few hundred dollars, aged 13.
- Iraq's frontline bikers
These bikers travel across Iraq, flying the flag for tolerance and love of bikes.
- Three cups of coffee a day 'may have health benefits'
But there is no reason to start drinking coffee for health reasons, the BMJ study found.
- Africa's first roller skating world champion
Africa's first roller skating world champion says he wants to win 10 titles.
- Nudist restaurant opens in Paris
Food for thought when "a clothed naturist is only thinking one thing: How quickly can I strip off?"
- Sparklers and snow in Maine
Cig Harvey photographs the poetic everyday life of an American family.
- Australian men forced on to car roof to escape crocodiles
The men were forced to the roof of their bogged vehicle to avoid rising tides and a crocodile.
- What goes into a museum for the Bible?
A new museum in the US capitol focuses on the history of the Bible.
- When I look into my son's eyes I see the man who raped me
Catherine became pregnant after being raped, but she decided to give birth to the child.
- Analysis: Will South Africa's ANC learn from Mugabe's fall?
South Africa's governing African National Congress has lessons to learn from the fall of Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe.
- 'Sexist' inclusive writing row riles France
The government steps into a growing row over gender equality in the French language.