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The president has hailed it as "the day weapons became words", after half a century of conflict.
More than a quarter of the world's population now use the social network every month.
Muhammad has been looking for his family since an oil tanker blaze killed 150 people in Pakistan.
US Senate Republicans delay a vote on their healthcare bill, dealing a blow to their promise to replace Obamacare
An 11-storey block is evacuated in Wuppertal because it has panels similar to Grenfell Tower's.
China could face sanctions after the US named it one of the worst offenders of human trafficking.
The tennis star, who is six months pregnant, poses naked for photographer Annie Leibovitz.
The claim has been made by a former British mercenary who led his own failed coup attempt in 2004.
A lengthy report into claims of alleged corruption into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups is released by Fifa.
The court rules the Chaldean Catholics, Sunni Muslims and Iraqi Kurds faced danger back in Iraq.
A superstitious elderly woman delayed a flight in Shanghai for hours after "praying for safety".
Gulf countries might 'ultimately, simply disengage from Qatar', a UAE spokesman says.
Banks, retailers, energy firms and Kiev airport say they have been targeted by malware attacks.
German Muslim girls say they were racially abused in Poland while learning about the Holocaust.
This stunning basketball court is nestled between buildings in an otherwise standard suburb of Paris.
A Dutch appeal court finds the state 30% liable for 350 deaths in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
Nitcharee, 21, landed the job of 'happiness observer' in a hospital six years after losing her legs.
Activists believe US-led coalition aircraft bombed the site and that prisoners are among the dead.
Donald Trump Jr called the network "fake news" after it published the now retracted article.
A new bill passed by the House aims to make singing the anthem "with fervour" compulsory.