BBC News - World
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A selection of the best photos from across Africa and of Africans elsewhere this week.
Beijing is being penalised for buying Russian combat jets and surface-to-air missiles.
The footage appears to show a man deliberately running down emus with his car.
Kurdish-led forces in Syria say captured jihadists are a "heavy burden" to be held indefinitely.
Confronting the stigma and isolation people with dementia face in some communities around the world.
Even Russians are mocking their own spies over the TV interview with two "architecture enthusiasts".
What happens when your relationship is affected by Britain leaving the EU?
It has the biggest proportion of babies born through assisted reproductive technology in the world.
The Duchess of Sussex celebrates with the Hubb Community Kitchen at the Grenfell cookbook launch.
Christine Blasey Ford will only appear before the panel on "terms that are fair". says her lawyer.
The academic declined to provide a recommendation letter for a student wishing to study in Israel.
Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight pleads no contest over the 2015 death.
Former Liverpool goalkeeper Bruce Grobbelaar tells the BBC about his war experiences, the horrors of the Heysel disaster and his match-fixing ordeal.
Mexico's Andrés Manuel López Obrador vows to keep using commercial jets to save the country money.
A 24-year-old Indian man was killed in front of his pregnant wife because of his caste, she says.
Graduates of Holton-Arms school have written a letter in support of Christine Blasey Ford, Brett Kavanaugh's sexual assault accuser.
Scientists have identified the earliest known animal in the geological record.
Bobi Wine is back in Uganda after medical treatment in the US following his alleged assault by soldiers.
The vessel was reportedly overloaded when it toppled on its route on Lake Victoria, Tanzania.
A number of people have been killed at a pharmacy distribution centre in Maryland, US police say.