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Abiy Ahmed says the army has taken full control of Mekelle from the Tigray People's Liberation Front.
- Ethiopia's Tigray crisis: What does it mean for the east Africa region?
BBC correspondents across the east Africa region explain the impact for Ethiopia and its neighbours.
- Mohsen Fakhrizadeh: Iran blames Israel for killing top scientist
Israel says it has 'no clue' who was behind the killing of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh in an ambush on Friday.
- UK PM tries to head off Covid vote rebellion
Boris Johnson aims to stop a Tory rebellion ahead of a vote on England's new measures on Tuesday.
- American football: Sarah Fuller makes history as first woman in a Power 5 game
Vanderbilt kicker Sarah Fuller becomes the first woman to play in an elite Power 5 match.
- Zappos ex-boss and Las Vegas entrepreneur Tony Hsieh, 46, dies after house fire
Tony Hsieh led online retailer Zappos, acquired by Amazon, and helped transform central Las Vegas.
- Serbia and Montenegro expel respective ambassadors
The two nations have expelled each other's envoys over a historical dispute dating back a century.
- Durham van traveller Esther Dingley missing in Pyrenees
Esther Dingley disappeared on a solo hike during a six-year journey through Europe in a campervan.
- France: Tear gas fired as protesters rally against police security bill
Protesters throw fireworks and set up barricades while police use tear gas in tense clashes in Paris.
- Deadly flooding hits Sardinia after heavy rains
Footage shows rivers of mud in the town of Bitti, where at least three people have died.
- The demolition of Kabul's iconic cinema
Why the demolition of a 70-year old cinema hall in Kabul went viral in Afghanistan.
- Wilton Gregory: Pope appoints first African American cardinal
Wilton Gregory is one of 13 new cardinals installed by Pope Francis at a ceremony on Saturday.
- Channel crossings: More officers to patrol French beaches
The UK and France agree new measures to help stop migrants crossing the Channel.
- 'Gambling was as normal as breathing'
Kerri Nicholls lost more than £45,000 due to gambling online.
- Khachaturyan sisters: A murder trial that shocked Russia
The case of the three Khachaturyan sisters accused of killing their father sent shockwaves through Russia.
- In pictures: Hurricanes leave Hondurans homeless and destitute
Hurricanes Eta and Iota left more than 150,000 people in Honduras homeless and many lost everything.
- Your pictures on the theme of 'monochrome'
A selection of pictures from our readers on the theme of "monochrome".
- The 'guerrilla girls' who changed the art world
How an anonymous group of female artists challenged the status quo in New York's art world
- Jane Fonda: 'It's much harder to be young than it is old'
As an 82-year-old Jane Fonda is still protesting - this time about climate change - and getting arrested.
- Climate change: The woman watching the ice melt from under her feet
For thousands of years Inupaiq people have relied on the land in Alaska but now climate change is threatening their entire way of life.
- Utah monolith: Internet sleuths got there, but its origins are still a mystery
The metal monolith sits deep in a desert easy to get lost in, so officials did not reveal its location.
- Will Smith and Fresh Prince stars stun Facebook group
A '90s social media group got "flipped-turned upside down" when the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air posted.
- Can a ninja?s life teach us about staying safe in a pandemic?
Genichi is the first student from a Japanese university with a master?s degree in ninja studies.
- Mohsen Fakhrizadeh: What were the motives behind his killing?
Iran's top nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh was assassinated on Friday.
- Serbia coronavirus: The Church losing its leaders to the pandemic
Few organisations have taken a bigger hit from coronavirus than the Serbian Orthodox Church