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The environment minister is accused of spending public money on luxury dinners, but denies any wrongdoing.
Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece - believed by many to be the world's most iconic painting - is being moved.
More than a million people RSVP to an event calling for people to break into the Nevada base.
Jacob Zuma says threats were also made against his children and lawyer.
The US president is bringing in new rules for asylum seekers but critics deem it illegal and dangerous.
Israel's PM likens the EU's approach to breaches of the nuclear deal to the appeasement of the Nazis.
Brazilian police suspect 80kg of the drug had been placed on a supermarket's shelves by mistake.
Thousands of artefacts are discovered at the site of a 9,000-year-old settlement near Jerusalem.
Hodan Nalayeh relocated to Somalia last year to help rebuild the country of her birth.
Tyga, Stefflon Don and Yxng Bane were among the acts due to perform.
Germany's Ursula von der Leyen promises MEPs to aim to make the EU carbon neutral by 2050.
Rescuers are searching for people trapped in the four-storey building in India's financial capital.
First New Zealand lost the Cricket World Cup, now it no longer has the world's steepest street.
Former South Africa footballer Marc Batchelor is shot dead near his home in Johannesburg.
Pakistan shut its airspace in February following tensions with India.
Three Australian newspapers wrongly accused the cricketer of lewd behaviour, a jury found in 2017.
Four congresswomen dismiss the US president's defence of his controversial tweets.
Ffordd Pen Llech has taken the record from a street in New Zealand with a gradient of more than 37%.
Volodymyr Zelensky's presidential victory was hailed as a political earthquake but he has been unable to make changes.
May saw the world's first unmanned commercial shipping operation.