BBC News - World 27 January 2018

Kabul attack: Taliban kill 95 with ambulance bomb in Afghan capital

Many people are hurt in a Taliban suicide attack in the centre of the Afghan capital Kabul.

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Coincheck: World's biggest ever digital currency 'theft'

Hackers break into a Japanese digital currency exchange, causing a loss worth some $534m.

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Australian Open: Caroline Wozniacki beats Simona Halep to win first Grand Slam title

Caroline Wozniacki beats Simona Halep to win her first Grand Slam title and regain the number one ranking at the Australian Open.

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Saudi billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal freed after paying settlement

Prince Alwaleed is the latest high-profile detainee to be freed after an anti-corruption purge.

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Paris readies for floods as Seine surges higher

The River Seine has burst its banks in places, and is expected to reach its peak this weekend.

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Czech election: Zeman beats Drahos to win second term

The pro-Russia, anti-immigration politician narrowly wins with 52% of the vote in the second round.

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Honduras tightens security ahead of President Hernández inauguration

Soldiers are patrolling the capital's streets ahead of President Juan Orlando Hernández's swearing-in.

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Irish abortion referendum: PM Varadkar to campaign for change

A referendum will take place this summer to repeal a constitutional ban on abortion.

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ICYMI: Camels, snow and space high jinks

A selection of video highlights from the week.

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