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An explosion hits the stadium where President Mnangagwa was addressing thousands of people at a campaign rally.
Around 30 train cars came off the tracks, which are thought to have been weakened by recent flooding.
Romelu Lukaku's low strike puts Belgium 2-0 up against Tunisia following Eden Hazard's earlier penalty in the Group G fixture at the 2018 World Cup.
Ireland cap their Grand Slam-winning season by clinching a first series victory in Australia for 39 years with a 20-16 win in Sydney.
Didier Drogba on his new look, what African teams must do to succeed in Russia, and which teams have impressed him so far.
The former tennis champion says his Central African Republic passport is genuine, but officials say it's fake.
Max Eisen arrived at the Nazi death camp aged 15 in 1944. Every year he returns to speak to people about his experience.
The US-Senegalese singer announced plans to build a new city with his own crytocurrency at the centre.
They say you can't choose your family - but why not? Sometimes an extra mother figure is just what you need, says Sue Elliott-Nicholls.
The BBC's Gavin Lee sails with the crew of a ship accused by Italy of encouraging illegal migration.
A rare exhibition prompted those who had fled their homes to return for the first time since they left.
Parents describe feeling "powerless" as advocates scramble to help return children to their families.
Rob Smart was driven from his farm under Robert Mugabe's rule and has now been allowed back by the Zimbabwean government.
Ahmed Musa scores both goals as Nigeria beat World Cup debutants Iceland to leave Group D intriguingly poised.
The dives, the 'arrogant' flicks, the big cry at the end - Neymar's World Cup escapades have got everyone talking.
Philippe Coutinho and Neymar bail Brazil out with stoppage-time strikes against Costa Rica following another uninspiring display at the 2018 World Cup.
Turkey's elections will decide if President Erdogan will stay in power. Here's what you need to know.
Ex-Barcelona star Carles Puyol was due to be a World Cup pundit in Iran but was barred from the studio.
The winner of Sunday's election will take over the prime minister's power to add to their current duties.
Spain’s World Cup winner Cesc Fabregas on the pressure you face after losing your opening game, and why the big names have not shone in Russia so far - even Cristiano Ronaldo.
Meet Justin Carr - the man who helps Dele Alli, Kyle Walker and Danny Welbeck look their best for the World Cup.
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world over the past seven days?
In India's desert state of Rajasthan, rural women are training as solar entrepreneurs, to bring power to those living off grid.
As a trade war becomes an increasing risk, how do governments use tariffs in international commerce?
The coalition government's roadmap was the only feasible path to a better future, writes Sumantra Bose.
Argentina captain Lionel Messi carries the burden of 44 million people - and it seemed to show against Croatia in Thursday's World Cup match.
Argentina are facing the prospect of an early World Cup exit as Croatia win 3-0 to reach the last 16.
When a machine decided Ibrahim Diallo no longer worked at his office there was little any human could do.
The multi-platinum selling artist announces his own cryptocurrency and city - both named after himself.
World Cup referee Mark Geiger "categorically" denies asking for Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo's shirt at half-time in the Morocco game.
Scientists are celebrating the birth 70 years ago of a machine that kick-started the modern computer age.
Foundling Paul Fronczak was given to a family whose baby had been stolen - but was he really their son?
A family portrait celebrating mixed heritage has been widely shared online and has prompted others to tell their similar stories.
How Emile Cilliers' lifetime of cheating and lies led to his eventual unveiling as a would-be murderer.