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Anthony Weiner, who was jailed for sending explicit texts to a minor, has been transferred to a halfway house.
India warns of rising communal tensions after the worst attack on soldiers in Kashmir for decades.
The "sophisticated" activity follows an intrusion on parliamentary servers, PM Scott Morrison says.
Thousands of men seeking luck have tussled to find two sacred sticks as part of an ancient Japanese festival.
The huge investment comes as Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman seeks to shore up Saudi's Asian allies.
Greeks say they are being priced out of their homes by rich foreign investors and Airbnb rentals.
A man from Niger expelled from Israel has been stranded at an airport in Ethiopia since November.
Burning Man has uninvited one "turnkey" camp to stem the flow of super rich "influencers" at the event.
A 68-year-old jailed for stealing fruit tells the BBC's 100 Women why she did it.
A reader asks about state healthcare for UK nationals in EU countries.
A cougar perched on a branch near a California home is lowered to the ground by rescuers with a ladder.
The pledge comes after an ex-acting FBI chief recalls discussions on removing the president.
If you think your team was on the receiving end of a poor result this weekend, then spare a thought for Italian minnows Pro Piacenza.
More than 60 are held as Liberian authorities seek to restore order at a mine where dozens are trapped.
Mateusz Morawiecki will not now visit Israel, after PM Benjamin Netanyahu said "Poles co-operated".
The National Basketball Association and the International Basketball Federation are to launch a professional league in Africa in 2020.
Travellers tell the BBC they cannot get home after the UK regional airline went into administration.
About 10,000 men took part in the Saidaiji-eyo festival at a Buddhist temple in Okayama.
History does not bode well for Trump's opponents, says Jonathan Turley, professor of law.
The blaze in the city of Chittagong may have been sparked by a short circuit, officials say.