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Arkansas executes Ledell Lee in first death penalty use in 12 years

A US Supreme Court ruling cleared the way for the first in the state’s planned spate of executions. Click here to read full story

Kidnapped Qatari hunting party of 26 'freed in Iraq'

Their release is thought to be part of a complex deal to evacuate four besieged Syrian towns. Click here to read full story

A quick guide to the election

A quick guide to the French presidential election – said to be the least predictable in decades. Click here to read full story

Aya Hijazi returns to US from Egyptian prison

Aya Hijazi was flown back to the US on Thursday night with her family on a US government jet. Click here to read full story

'No doubt' Syria has kept some chemical weapons – Mattis

US Defence Secretary James Mattis says Damascus would be ill-advised to use chemical weapons again. Click here to read full story

Brain Tumour Charity cautious about Italy mobile phone ruling

Charity urges caution after a ruling in Italy about mobile phone use and brain tumour growth. Click here to read full story

Paris Champs Elysees shooting: Gunman was 'focus of anti-terror' probe

The gunman who killed a policeman had earlier been seen as a potential Islamist radical, media say. Click here to read full story

Iraqi Yazidis gather for the first time since 2014 to celebrate their New Year

Iraqi Yazidis gather for the first time since 2014 to celebrate their New Year when thousands were abducted or killed by so-called Islamic State. Click here to read full story

California gunman kills three 'in race attack' in Fresno

The African American suspect was motivated by a hatred for white people, police in California say. Click here to read full story

Puppychino: The Indian cafe where drool is cool

The BBC visits Puppychino, Delhi’s first cafe for dogs. Click here to read full story


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