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Skies have reddened and darkened in areas of south-eastern Australia as wind gusts exacerbated fires already burning in the area.
Mouners in Iraq's capital take part in a funeral procession for the Iranian commander killed by a US airstrike.
The two men allege they were abused by the singer when they were children.
A biodiversity expert suggests almost half a billion animals might have been affected in Australia.
Hundreds of Muslim women are braving the Delhi winter to protest against a new Indian citizenship law.
It was a playful nod to actor Amanda Henderson, whose answer to a game show question went viral.
A Nobel laureate is being praised for retracting a scientific paper that was not reproducible.
US President Trump gives a statement after ordering an airstrike that killed Iran's top commander.
Suspected Boko Haram militants disguised as traders kill at least 50 people, an official says.
"We don't really look at people's faces," one guard at the Japanese private jet terminal said.
People are told to flee as extreme heat and winds are expected to further stoke fires this weekend.
Tehran says the US attack on Qasem Soleimani in Baghdad was an "act of international terrorism".
The BBC's Jeremy Bowen on what Iran could do in reply to the killing of its top commander.
Heckled by people in fire-ravaged communities, Scott Morrison has become a key focus of frustration.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville explains the man behind the 'shadowy figure'.
It's estimated 480 million animals could be affected as experts warn populations could be hit.
Some 44 people have been infected in the central city of Wuhan, officials say.
Israel's prime minister says the US has a right to defend itself after the raid which killed Qasem Soleimani.
Passers-by stabbed in Paris suburb, police say - man who appeared to be wearing explosive vest neutralised
Some models were driven to the verge of suicide after the porn website reneged on privacy promises.