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Paul Whelan, also a UK citizen, tells the BBC a Russian friend put a flash drive in his pocket in 2018.
Police try to move some 1,000 people from a gym and tent camp near Dunkirk.
Sarah Thomas began the challenge on Sunday and finished after more than 54 hours.
The YouTube star becomes the only female late night host on the big four US networks.
A man, 45, kills his ex-wife, mother-in-law and sister-in-law in front of the couple's children.
Michael Jackson's estate hits out over Leaving Neverland's Emmy Award for best documentary.
Amid ongoing protests the government contacted eight PR firms, but all of them turned down the job.
A major research centre says no biological agents have been released from a blast and fire at a lab.
President Ashraf Ghani was due to address the meeting but was unhurt.
An envoy expresses the country's "sincerest apologies" following a wave of violence targeting foreigners.
The court is hearing appeals against a decision to order Ireland to recover taxes from technology giant Apple.
Allegations of corruption linked to a justice minister have renewed a traditional form of protest.
American woman Sarah Thomas has become the first person to swim the English Channel four times non-stop.
Fat chance - the evidence says fat shaming is more likely to lead people to put on weight.
Ex-Vatican treasurer George Pell asks Australia's top court to review his sexual abuse convictions.
The Tesla CEO's lawyers say the term means "creepy old man" in South Africa where Mr Musk grew up.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu fights for a fifth term after failing to form a coalition during the summer.
How a controversial extradition bill with China sparked months of violent protest.
Is the creature in the Yangtze a monster, a snake - or something less animated altogether?
DNA from historical museum specimens may help save the giant salamander from extinction in the wild.