Oxfam Haiti scandal: Suspects 'physically threatened' witnesses
The charity has for the first time published a 2011 report on sexual misconduct claims in Haiti.

Russian curler named as doping suspect
An anti-doping case is opened against Russian medal-winning curler Alexander Krushelnitsky, says the Court of Arbitration for Sport.

Iran plane crash: Agonising wait continues for relatives
All 66 people aboard a plane that crashed on Sunday are feared dead, as a search is set to resume.

Israel-Poland spat: Swastikas drawn on Polish embassy in Tel Aviv
It comes after Israel condemned Poland's PM for saying Jews were among perpetrators of the Holocaust.

Three Billboards wins big at the Baftas
The big Bafta winner this year, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri took home five awards.

Trump Jr 'dinner chat' offer criticised
A newspaper advertisement offers property buyers conversation and a meal with Donald Trump Jr.

Rio de Janeiro violence: Hostages freed as prison riot ends
Riot police retake control of a prison near the major city, ending a mutiny by armed inmates.

Afrin: Kurdish fighters 'strike deal' with Syrian army
Damascus has not confirmed reports that it will send soldiers to help protect Afrin from Turkey.

Australia MP George Christensen criticised over gun photo
George Christensen asks left-wing opponents if they "feel lucky", drawing widespread condemnation.

Bafta Awards 2018: (Most) stars wear black to bring Time's Up to Britain
Best actress winner Frances McDormand doesn't wear black but stands "in full solidarity with my sisters".

Christian Coleman breaks 20-year-old 60m indoor world record
American Christian Coleman breaks the 60m indoor world record, clocking 6.34 seconds at the US Indoor Championships in New Mexico.

Terracotta theft: Chinese anger over stolen warrior thumb
A US man took a selfie with the 2,000-year-old terracotta warrior statue before stealing its thumb.

Russia Dagestan shooting: Five women killed in attack on churchgoers
Worshippers leaving an evening church service in Dagestan were fired upon by a gunman.

In Florida aftermath, US students say 'Never Again'
Movements run by school students are spreading rapidly online in wake of the Florida attack.

Ethiopian cliff church gives priest daily test of faith
In the remote mountains of northern Ethiopia, a lone priest scales a 250m cliff each day to reach his church.

Life after Ebola
The legacy of the virus which spread through three West African countries.

What it's like being a female director in Bollywood
Gauri Shinde talks about the challenges of working in a male-dominated industry.

Finland's new pandas enjoy snow
Finland's new pandas were being allowed outside for the first time since arriving in the country last month.

'I fix umbrellas to save the world'
Thierry Millet is possibly Europe’s last remaining artisanal umbrella repair man.

The 22-year-old who wants to mine asteroids
He's running the UK's first business for space mining.

Hong Kong art: Miniature art shows disappearing Hong Kong
An exhibition of miniature dioramas offers a glimpse into a disappearing way of life in Hong Kong, reports Grace Tsoi from BBC Chinese.

The lesbian pioneers who fooled Spain's Catholic Church
Their wedding in 1901 remains the only known same-sex marriage in the church's history, the BBC's James Badcock reports.

Kiwis consider foreign house buyer ban
New Zealand is set to introduce a radical measure to tame its soaring property market

'I took my wife's name - and then the hassle began'
Two men describe the difficulties they experienced when they took their wife's last name.

The beauty entrepreneur who turned snakes into ladders
Grit and determination, as well as snakes and dragons, helped Maria Hatzistefanis become a business success.

The country breeding a generation of chess whizz kids
Since 2011, all children in Armenia from six to eight years old have compulsory chess lessons - and some now are very good indeed.

Reality Check: How does renting a home in the UK compare with Europe?
Home ownership among young people has plummeted. What protections do UK tenants have and what responsibilities do they face?

How I joined a French wine brotherhood
Hugh Schofield has a weird and charming day in a wine region and asks questions about Brexit.

Zuma's fall a chance to take moral leadership
The BBC's Fergal Keane on a moment of hope in South Africa - a nation that both infuriates and inspires.

The Indian artist challenging 'dirty taboos' on Instagram
Kaviya Ilango is getting attention for her satirical and poignant sketches of "millennial problems".

Winter Olympics: Great Britain's Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland advance in ice dance
Great Britain's Penny Coomes and Nick Buckland safely progress to the final day of the ice dance competition.

Rochdale 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Steve Davies' dramatic injury-time equaliser earns League One Rochdale an FA Cup fifth-round replay against Tottenham.

Winter Olympics: GB's Rowan Cheshire through to ski halfpipe final
Watch Great Britain's Rowan Cheshire qualify for the Olympic ladies' ski halfpipe final - four years after an injury in training ended her chances of competing in Sochi.

FA Cup Shuffle: Sanchez gets carried away, Willian mind-games & Keown kills the vibe in round five
Watch the quirkier moments from the fifth round of the FA Cup, including mind-games from Willian, some home truths from Martin Keown and getting carried away with Alexis Sanchez.

Winter Olympics 2018: Anna Gasser shines as Aimee Fuller fails in big air qualification
Watch highlights as Austria's Anna Gasser impresses dominates women's big air qualification, but GB's Aimee Fuller fails to make it through to Friday's final.

FA Cup: Roberto Martinez on how Wigan ethos can help Belgium win World Cup
Belgium boss Roberto Martinez outlines how the tactics and psychology behind Wigan's 2013 FA Cup triumph can help at the World Cup.

Winter Olympics: Austria's Marcel Hirscher wins giant slalom for second gold
Austrian skiing great Marcel Hirscher wins his second gold medal of the Winter Olympics with a sensational win in the giant slalom.

Winter Olympics: Mathieu Faivre expelled from Olympics after post-race remarks
Mikaela Shiffrin's boyfriend has been sent home from the Winter Olympics following angry comments made after his giant slalom race on Sunday.

Hogline controversy: GB curling team beaten by Sweden at Winter Olympics
Fellow athletes, fans and commentators react as Great Britain's women's curling team lose to Sweden amid hogline controversy.

Norway's Braaten wins gold in ski slopestyle
Great Britain's James Woods narrowly misses out on a medal in the men's ski slopestyle as Norway's Oystein Braaten wins gold.

Winter Olympics: Lindsey Vonn 'hurt' by anti-American accusations
Lindsey Vonn says she is hurt by accusations she is anti-American because of her stance on US President Donald Trump.

Winter Olympics: Martin Fourcade wins gold in biathlon photo finish
Martin Fourcade finally claims Winter Olympic gold in stunning finish to the men's biathlon 15km mass start.

Winter Olympics: Elise Christie faces 'fight against time' to make 1,000m
Britain's Elise Christie is in a "fight against time" to be fit for her final Winter Olympic medal chance and "won't be at her optimum" if she does race.

'I fixed a butterfly's broken wing to remember my mother'
Romy McCluskey's late mother said butterflies were a sign she would always be with her. Those words inspired a remarkable act.

Black Panther: 'Why black people like me are refusing to be sub-plots'
A comic book fan explains why Black Panther is such a groundbreaking character.

Why football stars will go only to Nikky
We find out, by joining barber Nikky Okyere on home visits to his Premier League clients.

In search of surrogates, foreign couples descend on Ukraine
Demand for surrogacy in Ukraine, one of Europe's poorest nations, is soaring. But what happens to the women involved?

Pampered pooches: China's luxury hotel for dogs
Pets get treated to cinema and swimming pools as China welcomes the Year of the Dog.

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