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Chinese national arrested for 'spying on US engineers'

Ji Chaoqun is accused of trying to recruit engineers and scientists on behalf of a Chinese official. READ MORE

Padma Lakshmi: TV host says why she kept silent on her rape

Padma Lakshmi's article in the NYT comes amid allegations against Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick. READ MORE

Rafale deal: Why French jets are at the centre of an Indian political storm

Opposition parties want PM Narendra Modi to resign over a multi-billion dollar fighter jet deal. READ MORE

The Rwandan school turning boys into feminists

It could have the answers to how to tackle gender-based violence and power imbalances in the #MeToo era. READ MORE

Has France's Macron lost his charm?

The French president's approval ratings are tumbling - should he be worried? READ MORE

Why Sweden and China have fallen out so badly

It started with tourists being kicked out of a hotel - but the spat has continued to escalate. READ MORE

Trump at UN: Who does business with Iran?

President Trump was highly critical of Iran in a speech at the UN READ MORE

Why the US top court is so political

The current partisan split at the US top court is unprecedented and likely to stay, experts say. READ MORE

Occupied China during WW2

From 1937 to 1945 Chinese soldiers and civilians struggled against better-equipped Japanese forces. READ MORE

India's rising smartphone powerhouse

Samsung has set up the world's largest phone factory in the Indian city of Noida. READ MORE

Will we soon be renting rather than buying our clothes?

Will we rent clothes in future instead of buying them? Some say the idea is set to go mainstream. READ MORE

Oxford United 0-3 Manchester City: Carabao Cup holders see off League One strugglers

Teenager Phil Foden scores his first Manchester City goal and is compared to Andres Iniesta as they beat Oxford United in the Carabao Cup third round. READ MORE