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Jeanine Áñez is condemned by ex-leader Evo Morales who says it is the “sneakiest” coup in history.
The former Democratic nominee refuses to rule it out, telling the BBC: “Never say never.”
Several places experience record-breaking low temperatures as an Arctic air mass hits the country.
Fourteen weeks pregnant, Kat Robinson-Williams says she must help while Australia is “in flames”.
The BBC’s Orla Guerin meets a family waiting to cross to Europe from Libya with orphaned children whose mother died on the way.
Mikhail Galin is stripped of his air miles after sneaking his overweight cat on an Aeroflot flight.
The ex-Vatican treasurer is given a final chance to challenge his sexual abuse convictions in Australia.
The fate of hundreds of thousands of migrants who entered the US as children hangs in the balance.
The warning from police comes as fierce clashes broke out on university campuses in the city.
The daytime limit will be cut in a bid to tackle a pollution crisis, cabinet sources tell Dutch media.