China Sichuan Airlines pilot 'half sucked out of plane' survives Image copyright Reuters Image caption Workers inspect the Sichuan Airlines aircraft after its emergency landing A Chinese passenger jet was forced into an emergency landing after its windscreen blew out at 32,000ft (9,753m), sucking the co-pilot halfway out of the plane.
Captain Liu Chuanjian said the Airbus A319 had been cruising mid-air when a deafening sound flooded the cockpit.
"There was no warning," he told the Chengdu Economic Daily.
"The windshield just cracked and made a loud bang. The next thing I knew, my co-pilot had been sucked halfway out."
Luckily, the co-pilot was wearing a seatbelt. He was dragged back into the chaos of the cockpit, where pressure and temperature had dropped and the equipment was failing.
"Everything in the cockpit was floating in the air," the captain said. "I couldn't hear the radio. The plane was shaking so hard I could not read the gauges."
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Is this a pigeon? A 2011 meme reincarnated in 2018 Image copyright Sunrise Image caption Is this a meme? 2018 is becoming the year old memes come back to life.
When a 2011 meme called American Chopper re-emerged on Twitter in 2018, the BBC explored how a meme about two men arguing had lived a second life long after its first.
Now the feat has been repeated, as a 2011 image macro (a still picture with text imposed) asking if a butterfly is a pigeon has surged in popularity seven years later.
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Is this 1921 cartoon the first ever meme? Winter Olympics: Yuri On Ice performed by Japanese skaters Why some people can hear this silent gif In the widely shared image, a character from a Japanese anime gestures towards a butterfly and asks: "Is this a pigeon?"
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Why an Australian supermarket chain is locking up baby milk Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Australian parents have complained about a shortage of infant formula An Australian supermarket chain has decided to sell baby formula from behind a counter to protect customers with a "genuine need" for it.
The decision by Coles in some stores follows years of controversy in Australia about shoppers who buy the product only to sell it overseas, particularly to families in China.
Australian parents have complained about a shortage of formula.
Coles is one of the nation's two biggest supermarket chains.
Australian milk formula has been nicknamed "white gold" in China because it is perceived to be safer and of better quality than locally produced products.
It has led to a lucrative practice where shoppers in Australia, known as daigou, buy products and ship them overseas.
According to Sydney's Daily Telegraph, tins of formula bought for about A$30 (£17; $23) in Australia have..
‘Pakistan's army tried to hack my Facebook’ Image caption Diep Saeeda has been a human rights activist for 25 years In December 2016 Diep Saeeda, an outspoken human rights activist from the Pakistani city of Lahore, received a short message on Facebook from someone she didn't know but with whom she had a number of friends in common: "Hy dear."
She didn't think much of it and never got round to replying.
But the messages weren't coming from a fan of Mrs Saeeda's activism - instead they were the start of a sustained campaign of digital attacks attempting to install malware on her computer and mobile phone to spy on her and steal her data.
Over the next year, she received multiple messages from the same Facebook account, apparently run by a young woman calling herself Sana Halimi, claiming to work for the United Nations.
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Gap says sorry for T-shirts with "incorrect map" of China Image copyright Getty Images US retailer Gap has apologised for selling T-shirts which it said showed an "incorrect map" of China.
The design featured just the mainland and not territories that China also claims, such as Taiwan.
A picture of the T-shirt was posted on Chinese social media network, Weibo, generating hundreds of complaints.
The company said it respected China's "sovereignty" and would implement "rigorous reviews" to prevent a repeat of the incident.
Gap is the latest in a string of foreign firms to face a backlash for not adhering to China's territorial claims.
Skip Twitter post by @PDChina American clothing retailer @Gap on Monday apologized for printing incomplete Chinese map on T-shirts for sales outside #China, said the brand respects China's sovereignty and territorial integrity pic.twitter.com/uHJoLnpmr6
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Is gun ownership increasing in Australia? Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Gun ownership and usage is heavily regulated in Australia On Friday, Australia had its worst mass shooting since the nation overhauled its gun control laws more than 20 years ago.
The suspected murder-suicide of a family of seven in Western Australia has inevitably revived discussion of the laws, often described as among the strongest in the world.
Brought in following a 1996 massacre in Tasmania that killed 35 people, the legislation banned the use of automatic and semi-automatic weapons. It led to the destruction of more than one million guns.
The country has had two mass shootings since 1996: the murder-suicide of a family of five in 2014, and the seven deaths at a rural property on Friday.
However, as with debates overseas, opinions differ over what role gun laws have played in preventing or allowing tragedies, and whether changes are needed.
Firearms found at the scene in Western Australia appe..
India's BJP pulls ahead in crucial Karnataka state poll Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The election is especially significant for Prime Minister Narendra Modi Election leads from the south Indian state of Karnataka show India's ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is ahead of the Congress party which currently rules the state.
The BJP is ahead in 102 of 195 seats for which leads are available, according to the Election Commission.
The party needs to win in 112 seats if it is to form the government.
The Congress is leading in 53 seats, while the regional Janata Dal (Secular), is ahead in 37 seats.
More than 72% of the voters cast their ballots for 193 seats on Saturday.
Counting of votes began early Tuesday morning. The final verdict is expected later in the day.
Karnataka is the hub of India's information technology industry and has a population of 64 million.
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How Courtney Barnett turned a troll's words against him Image copyright Pooneh Ghana Image caption Courtney Barnett says she was inspired to write about the "pain and hurt and anger" being expressed online Shortly after Courtney Barnett released her debut album, a friend forwarded her a comment someone had made about the music.
"I could eat a bowl of alphabet soup and spit out better words than you."
Rather than taking offence, the singer found it so funny she stuck it into one of her new songs - Nameless, Faceless - along with a withering response.
"Must be lonely, being angry... I'm real sorry 'bout whatever happened to you."
The line is part of the song's broader take-down of male aggression, prompted by the anonymously-written screeds of "hurt and anger" Barnett saw online and in real life.
In the chorus, she adapts a Margaret Atwood quote - "Men are scared that women will laugh at them / Women are scared that men will kill them" - to explain how she feels un..
Surabaya attacks: Parents who bring their children to die Image copyright Handout Image caption The family that police say was responsible for Sunday's attacks The past days' deadly Islamist attacks in Indonesia have stood out because two families - parents and their very own children - were the attackers.
While children have been used as suicide bombers before around the world, it is rare that parents take their own children to die along with them.
In previous cases, children have been taken from their families, indoctrinated or drugged, then forced to attack.
The recent suicide blasts have been the deadliest militant attacks in Indonesia in more than a decade.
On Sunday, a mother targeted a church in Surabaya, alongside her two daughters, while the father and the two sons detonated bombs at two others.
The daughters were nine and 12 while the sons were aged 16 and 18.
"This pattern of attack is quite new - it's something we have not seen in Indonesia before," Alexa..