BBC News - World 31 March 2018

Malala returns to home town in Pakistan for first time since shooting

The Nobel Peace Prize winner visits the Pakistani area where Taliban militants tried to kill her.

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Spy poisoning: Russia expels more UK diplomats

Britain is told a total of more than 50 diplomats must leave over the nerve agent poisoning row.

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Gaza-Israel border: Palestinians mourn border dead

At least 16 protesters died in clashes with Israeli soldiers and the UN has called for an inquiry.

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US may tie social media to visa applications

A state department proposal could require visa applicants to detail all their social media handles.

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Tesla in fatal California crash was on Autopilot

The company says a Model X vehicle involved in a fatal crash in the US was in Autopilot mode.

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Man in India killed 'for owning horse'

The low-caste victim was reportedly warned by neighbours not to ride the horse, a status symbol.

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Alton Sterling: Cop dismissed over deadly Baton Rouge shooting

Alton Sterling was killed in Louisiana in 2016 and his death sparked days of protests.

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Sierra Leone votes in run-off between Maada Bio and Kamara

The vote was delayed after an allegation of electoral fraud in the first round earlier this month.

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Chocolate, cherries and Craig David

Some stories you may have missed over the past seven days. Let's fill you in.

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Inside train used by Kim Jong-un to travel to China

On his first known foreign trip, newly released footage shows Kim meeting with Xi Jinping on his train.

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Office lunch theft: the internet reacts

One man and the disappearance of his shrimp fried rice led to many people sharing food theft stories

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