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Lula and Bolsonaro go head-to-head after a closer than expected first-round result.
Boyko Borissov faces a tough task forming a coalition after Bulgaria's fourth election in two years.
Supporters who displayed Nazi symbols and salutes at the Australia Cup final "should be banned for life", a senior government official says.
Post-apocalyptic is how one resident describes his city, from which many people have fled.
Neither presidential candidate got more than 50% of the overall vote, meaning they will face off on 30 October.
The owner of the UK's biggest power station, Drax, is cutting down key forests in Canada.
Paris's relative absence in its supply of weapons to Ukraine leaves eastern European countries wary.
BBC Africa Eye goes on a journey with a woman in Kenya, searching for the father she has never known.
Reports say a large number of student protesters at Sharif university have been trapped on the campus.
Lt Col Paul-Henri Damiba steps down after his successor allegedly pledges to restore civilian rule.
Viral videos in the US have shown a surprising card game win - and fish stuffed with weights.
Kenya's Amos Kipruto and Ethiopia's Yalemzerf Yehualaw win their maiden London Marathon titles with breakaway victories in the elite men's and women's races.
Ukrainian forces on the eastern front in Bakhmut say they will fight for every last inch of soil.
A closely-watched case where business titan Richard Liu was accused of rape was settled hours before trial.
The NFL and its players' association say changes are needed to concussion protocol after reports the doctor who cleared Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been fired.
The Star Wars legend says Ukraine's president referenced the films when he spoke to him.
At least 125 people have died in a stadium disaster at a football match in East Java in Indonesia.
At least 127 died after police tear-gassed rioting supporters after a match on East Java.
It was widely reported that the actor had sold his face to a deepfake company.
Girikumar Patil, who lived with two big cats in war-torn Ukraine, says he is now separated from them.