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Airbnb's decision to stop listing the properties is welcomed by Palestinians but condemned by Israel.
When Asako saw her daughter was bullied for not having a dad she hired a man to act out the role. Ten years on, her daughter doesn't know the truth.
Nedim Yasar, 31, dies in Copenhagen after promoting his memoir on how he left a life of crime.
A very 21st Century piece of tech is being called in to save the crumbling Great Wall of China.
Thierry Bolloré will lead the French car maker but Carlos Ghosn remains as chairman and chief executive.
At least 50 people in the US and Canada have been infected, health officials say.
Chicago hospital shooting: 'Hug your children' says victim's father
The bear was rummaging for food in a dumpster in Truckee when it became trapped.
The Stranger Things actor discusses her role as the youngest ever Unicef Goodwill ambassador.
Human rights groups say the state electrocuted, flogged and sexually harassed detained activists.
A sell-off led by technology firms spreads to other stocks; oil prices sink by nearly 7%.
Journalists love to put a "gate" suffix behind scandals, but where did the habit come from?
The official was criticised for risking the UN's reputation by extensive use of expensive travel.
After nearly four years of war in Yemen, Houthi rebels and the Saudi-led military coalition appeared to agree to pause fighting. But it wasn’t to last.
The president points to Saudi investments in the US amid anger over writer Jamal Khashoggi's murder.
Nearly 3,000 died across India in violence sparked by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi's assassination.
Interpol will be "seized by the mafia" if a Russian official is elected as its president, critics warn.
Tanzanian chief Mangi Meli's skull has been missing since his execution by German colonialists in 1900.
Eyewitnesses say the whirling column of air and water lifted containers in Salerno's port area.
New charges relating to his involvement with a violent gang could land him in jail for 32 years.