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An Italian town set up a camera on its only pedestrian crossing - and clocked 58,568 speeding cars.
Carlos Ghosn, a towering figure in the car industry, is accused of under-reporting his pay package.
Héctor Beltrán Leyva was one of four brothers leading the infamous Beltrán Leyva cartel in Mexico.
The Spanish artist's painting was taken in the "theft of the century" by Romanian robbers in 2012.
The government had been on the verge of collapse amid a crisis after the defence minister resigned.
The author's lengthy jail terms has sparked protest across Chinese social media.
In 2014, thousands of people paralysed parts of Hong Kong for months demanding to choose their own leader.
We have to "try that much harder" to get girls an education, UN Deputy Secretary General Amina Mohammed tells BBC 100 Women.
Tijuana residents take to the streets after the arrival of the first members of a migrant caravan.
Angry protests break out in the Mexican border city over migrants hoping to seek US asylum.
The rebel group says it is halting drone and missile strikes against the Saudi-led coalition.
BBC 100 Women has announced its list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2018.
A raid on the Karachi Press Club has breached a decades-old truce with police, writes M Ilyas Khan.
Journalist Zeinab Mohammed Salih looks at the contentious issue of fashion in Islamic-ruled Sudan.
Ha Jae-heon lost his legs to a North Korean mine but says rowing gave him the strength to recover.
The multimillionaire Dutch businessman who risks his life racing off road motorbikes.
Alan Garcia requested asylum after he was banned from leaving Peru amid corruption allegations.
The Finnish leader is not sure where Donald Trump got the idea that Finland rakes its forest floors.
Democratic Senator Bill Nelson concedes after a fraught and protracted recounting process.
He says he was briefed on a recording of the murder, but will not listen to the "terrible tape" himself.