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Women in three US states were allegedly not shown job ads for certain "male-dominated professions".
"In one hospital I visited, the babies were too weak to cry," says the head of Save the Children.
Is the response by neighbouring countries and international organisations adequate?
Memories of the 2015 crisis on its borders makes migration a key focus for Austria's EU leadership.
A Korean church hiding from looming 'global famine' in Fiji is facing growing allegations of abuse.
In addition to assigning blame, there are concerns about Brexit's effect on economies at home and abroad.
Whistle-blowers tell the BBC how bribery impacts on all levels of football in Algeria.
Muaz is risking his life back home in Idlib after returning to the city destroyed by war.
It will examine alleged crimes against the group, including "killing, sexual violence and looting".
The Australian airline wants to launch the service by 2022 - if the right planes are available by then.
A writer says he sees the puppet pair as a gay couple, but Sesame Workshop calls them "best friends".
Police seize thousands of videos of possible victims from the "clean-cut" doctor and his partner.
German doctors say the activist is out of danger but that it is "highly plausible" he was poisoned.
The US retail giant had received complaints about the clothing from Lithuania.
Germany's domestic intelligence chief is moved to another post amid a row over far-right violence.
Currently under renovation, local media reports say the hotel's sixth floor partly collapsed.
Prosecutors appealed against the bail set for popular singer Saad Lamjarred, who is charged with rape.
Georgia rethinks legalising cannabis cultivation after church protests.
Ireland, Sweden and Finland also suspend aid after $4.3m (£3.3m) meant for the poor goes missing.
A Russian military plane is downed in Syria, killing all 15 aboard. What will happen now?