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A hasty US withdrawal from Afghanistan would leave a vacuum for terrorists, the president said.
The men set a mosque ablaze after being inspired by so-called Islamic State, police allege.
BBC correspondent James Cook views the total eclipse from 40,000ft above the Pacific Ocean.
Just weeks after the Libyan city was declared liberated from Islamists, footage shows more bloodshed.
Angolans go to the polls on Wednesday as President Dos Santos steps down after 38 years in power.
A new monument will commemorate the first time a Canadian commander led Canadian troops in WW1.
From next month Turkish schools have a new curriculum and it is dividing parents.
Food firm Dr Oetker, says others should follow it and give back art they own that was looted by the Nazis from Jewish owners.
The BBC's Divya Arya asked two teenagers, Duaa from Srinagar and Saumya in Delhi, to become pen pals.
An earthquake on Ischia leaves at least one person dead, with reports of others trapped and injured.
Arrests are made after a KwaZulu-Natal man complained to police he was "tired" of eating human flesh.
Details emerge of plans to hide bombs inside a doll and a meat grinder on an Australian flight.
News of the judges' ruling by 6-4 led to celebrations among left-of centre parties in Santiago.
The US president is expected to outline a more aggressive US counter-terrorism policy in the region.
"Too early" to tell if woman's remains are those of missing Swedish journalist Kim Wall, police say.
Judge Joseph Bruzzese was shot several times, but returned fire in a gunfight outside his chambers.
The US president couldn't resist taking a sneaky peek without his protective glasses.
A Nasa telescope captures the total solar eclipse as it passes over the western US state of Oregon.
The royal was turned away because he and his entourage did not have proper identification.
Angola votes for a new president who will replace a man who has been in power since 1979.