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The warning comes amid speculation of potential defence cuts in government.
The Social Democrats vote to open formal negotiations with Chancellor Merkel's conservatives.
Unions vow a "total blockade" of institutions following a series of attacks against guards.
World number one Simona Halep beats Japan's Naomi Osaka in straight sets to reach the Australian Open quarter-finals.
Many federal services will not open on Monday as politicians struggle to agree on a new budget.
Dinh La Thang is one of the most senior officials to ever go on trial in Vietnam.
Roger Federer eases through to Australian Open quarter-finals with a straight-set win over Marton Fucsovics.
New measures will target coral-eating starfish and soil erosion on the Great Barrier Reef.
A funeral for the Home and Away actress hears she was a "rising star" who made her family proud.
Champions New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles will contest the 2018 Super Bowl on 4 February.
Las Vegas rally marks first anniversary of Women's March against Trump.
An eyewitness describes the terrifying moment gunmen burst into Kabul's Intercontinental Hotel.
An inspiration on the pitch, Liberia's new president could struggle to meet expectations off it, writes Fergal Keane.
The book has been praised by LGBT campaigners but not everyone is excited, writes the BBC's Guy De Launey.
Lamin Ceesay was lucky to survive when the Gambian president took away his drugs and tried to cure him with a paste of herbs. An unknown number died.
How a phrase that originally referred to moneymaking Macedonian teens came to mean a whole lot more.
The Pope denounces corruption, before celebrating Mass for more than a million people in Lima.
Alyssa Jagan has built a massive Instagram following on the power of slime.
Kausalya testified against her parents for murder and is fighting to stop all caste discrimination.
As a 19-year-old Adam Ringer was kicked out of Poland during an anti-Semitic purge, but he returned two decades years later to become a key business leader.
A month after war was declared over, Iraqi soldiers are still being killed by Islamic State militants.
The gap between the super rich and the rest of the world widened last year, claims Oxfam.
The small Malaysian state of Penang is punching well above its weight in the tech world through hardware manufacturing.
Mark Allen beats Kyren Wilson 10-7 to become the first Northern Irishman to win the Masters since Dennis Taylor in 1987.
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US-backed Kurdish militants say they have beaten back Turkish troops in northern Syria.
Amazon opens its first grocery store without cashiers to shoppers in Seattle on Monday.
"The most Ronaldo moment ever" said one pundit, as the star could not wait to check a facial cut.
What we learnt when French President Emmanuel Macron talked to the BBC's Andrew Marr.
Callers to the White House this weekend got an unusual message from Mr Trump's staff.
Vance McElhinney was rescued from an orphanage in Saigon in 1975 and grew up in Northern Ireland.
Two men were airlifted to safety after a night without shelter in sub-zero temperatures.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf made history in Liberia but was also accused of corruption, writes Tamasin Ford.
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A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.