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At least 16 people are hurt near the Grand Egyptian Museum, with most said to be foreign tourists.
Exit polls suggest a win for Prime Minister Narendra Modi as voting ends in the marathon election.
Sunday's referendum backed new gun restrictions to conform with EU rules, projections suggest.
Dutee Chand says she was encouraged to speak out after India decriminalised gay sex in 2018.
Australia's Sportsbet handed out A$1m to those betting on a Labor win, two days before the vote.
The suspects have confessed to shooting at least five pro-democracy activists, the military says.
The UN says unknown assailants carried out an attack in an area where Islamist militants are active.
He outlined "strongly pro-life" views on abortion, amid a row over strict new laws passed in several states.
Officials believe they were dumped in a river in Nairobi after an illegal abortion was carried out.
Justin Amash is the first Republican congressman to call for the impeachment of the president.
Conservative Scott Morrison's victory is a few seats from a majority as final votes are counted.
The contest's highlights - from singing in the shower and bendy poles to the Netherlands' triumph.
Cody tried to replant a San Diego forest destroyed by wildfire but climate change is making it hard.
The Netherlands' Duncan Laurence wins the contest with his song Arcade, but the UK comes bottom.
Eduardo Kobra is a Brazilian street artist known for colourful historical figures and places.
Activists and the film crew of Que Sea Ley documentary wore green and chanted "solidarity" in a pro-choice protest.
The environment is a hot topic in Europe now - so can Green parties turn that into more votes?
Voting takes place in the prime minister's seat at the end of a long, bruising election.
Ultra-orthodox Jews in Jerusalem are angry that the contest was scheduled on the Jewish Sabbath.
The actor tells fans there is "nothing to worry about" after he was attacked at a public appearance.