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Rebels 'driven from key Yemen base'
Pro-government forces in Yemen recapture the country's largest airbase after a fierce battle with Houthi rebels, a spokesman tells the BBC.
Thousands flee California fires
Thousands of people in the US state of California are evacuated as fire crews battle a string of wildfires brought on by years of drought.
US airlines in big game trophy ban
Delta, United and American Airlines ban the shipment of big-game trophies on their flights after the killing of Cecil the lion in Zimbabwe.
Controversy over Pakistan execution
Pakistan executes Shafqat Hussain, convicted of killing a child in 2004, despite appeals from campaigners and claims that he was a minor when found guilty.
Crocodile heads found in freezer
Police in Australia investigate how more than 70 crocodile heads ended up in a freezer dumped near the city of Darwin.
China Olympic song: Frozen rip off?
Internet users spot a striking similarity between China's Winter Olympics theme tune a hit song from the Disney musical Frozen.
German MP opens home to migrants
A German conservative MP, Martin Patzelt, is looking after two Eritrean refugees in his home and helping them find jobs.
Last Dambusters pilot dies aged 96
The last surviving Dambusters pilot, Les Munro, has died in his native New Zealand at the age of 96, the country's Bomber Command Association says.
India building collapse kills 11
At least 11 people die after a building collapsed near India's western city of Mumbai, police say.
Taliban political chief resigns
The Afghan Taliban's political chief in Qatar, Syed Tayyab Agha, resigns in the latest sign of a split in the group following leader Mullah Omar's death.
Myanmar appeals for flood assistance
The Myanmar government appeals for international assistance after widespread floods kill at least 46 people and affect more than 210,000.
Malaysia agency 'clears' Najib funds
Malaysia's anti-corruption body effectively clears PM Najib Razak of wrongdoing saying funds in his personal accounts were "donations", without saying who from or what for.

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