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It's seen as a test of one of the world's newest democracies, and two women are among those running.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tweeted that there was no evidence the attacks came from Yemen.
Nigerian magician Babs Cardini wows audiences on the streets of Lagos.
Corgi cafes are all the rage, with these dog-themed businesses popping up across Asia.
How farmers in Jamaica are using smart technology to cope with more unpredictable weather patterns.
Pesticide self-poisoning is one of the leading causes of suicide in Asia.
Shinjiro Koizumi, 38, keeps grabbing the headlines. Does he have his eyes on the country's top job?
Joan Johnson created a business empire that used hair to champion African American identity.
The corpses were found among 119 black bags containing human remains.
The family owns OxyContin-producer Purdue Pharma, which is accused of fuelling the US opioid crisis.
The kingdom's output is reportedly reduced by five million barrels a day - nearly half its output.
Donald Trump confirms he was killed in a counter-terror operation after his death was reported in August.
The Raja Permaisuri Agong briefly returned to Twitter to urge police not to detain anyone else.
It signals a change of approach to migration from the new coalition which took office on Tuesday.
Kylie Moore-Gilbert, a Middle East specialist at Melbourne University, was detained "months ago".
"Christina is a little miracle during such a sad time," her mother said.
The Two Tickets to Paradise singer, who sold some 30 million records, had been diagnosed with cancer.
The fires are now under control at Abqaiq and Khurais, state media say.
Nigerian mother Asibi faced an impossible choice when she was forced to flee Boko Haram.
The man behind the pro-democracy song hopes it will re-inject energy and boost public morale.