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Pell, the most senior Catholic cleric to be convicted of sex abuse, will serve the rest of his six-year sentence.
- Amazon fires: Brazilian rainforest burning at record rate, space agency warns
Brazil's space research agency says fires in the Amazon rose 83% amid increased deforestation.
- Trump cancels Denmark visit over Greenland sale spat
The US president abruptly cancels his visit after the Danish PM says he cannot purchase Greenland.
- Italy government crisis: PM Conte quits amid coalition row
Giuseppe Conte's resignation came after he accused his coalition partner of being "irresponsible".
- Russian couple face losing son after attending opposition protest
Dmitry and Olga Prokazov also face a criminal case after they were filmed at an unauthorised opposition protest with their baby.
- Brexit: PM to meet Angela Merkel with call to scrap backstop
It comes after the PM said the plan to avoid a hard border in Northern Ireland was "anti-democratic".
- El Salvador woman cleared over baby's death says 'justice was done'
Evelyn Hernández, who has been acquitted of killing her baby, hopes her case will set a precedent.
- Kashmir: Pakistan to seek International Court of Justice ruling
It plans to take its dispute with India over the territory to to the International Court of Justice.
- Inside Kashmir: 'They shot me'
The BBC meets protesters who were allegedly injured at the hands of security forces in Kashmir.
- Nasa confirms ocean moon mission
Scientists working on a mission to the ocean moon of Europa can proceed with the final design and construction of the spacecraft, Nasa has said.
- Mexico judge approves recreational cocaine for two users
A panel of judges will review the ruling allowing two people to "possess, transport and use cocaine".
- Sudan conflict: Army and civilians form sovereign council
Six civilians and five army officers will be in charge during a transition to civilian rule.
- Trump considers new tax cut to boost US economy
The US president confirms that a temporary payroll cut tax could be introduced.
- 'I bought a house thanks to my bullet journal'
Millions of people have shared #bulletjournal or #bujo hashtags on Instagram, so how do they work?
- G7 summit: Inside the climate activist training camp
Campaign groups in France are teaching people how to protest effectively, ahead of the G7 summit.
- Former Farc rebels become eco-warriors to stop deforestation in the Amazon
Ex-Farc rebels in Colombia, who spent decades fighting the government over land and power, have reinvented themselves as eco-warriors protecting the Amazon from illegal logging.
- Does the future of farming exist beneath city streets?
In a disused air raid shelter one company is growing crops, but what are the pros and cons of vertical farming?
- Gone with the Wind: Dozens of mattresses blown away in outdoor cinema mishap
Dozens of air mattresses end up gone with the wind before an outdoor movie night in Colorado.
- Mural from 3,800 years ago unveiled by Peru archaeologists
Archaeologists examining the ancient Caral civilisation believe the sculptures depict a local famine.
- The mystery photos of a 1957 gay wedding
Who are the two grooms in these wedding photos? Filmmakers are trying to find out, 60 years later.
- The Cold War spy technology which we all use
Radio-frequency identification, famously used to bug the US embassy in Moscow, is a cheap way to track objects and data.
- The DMZ 'gardening job' that almost sparked a war
In 1976, North Koreans killed two US officers in the DMZ over a tree, sparking a huge military gardening operation.
- Barcelona crime wave tarnishes boom in tourism
Violence and thefts have surged in Barcelona - and officials are struggling to find a solution.
- Brexit: What are EU countries doing to prepare for no deal?
How are other countries preparing for a possible no deal?
- The Victorian sex scandal that shook India
The scandal involving an Indian nobleman and his British wife convulsed the elite class in 19th Century India.