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Tokyo Telemessage will end its pager service - which still has 1,500 users - next year.
All three US indexes fall more than 2%, as a closely-watched financial measure causes alarm.
Senior campaign officials had email accounts hacked ahead of this year's elections, it has emerged.
The Nato alliance says Moscow is breaking a 1987 deal that rid Europe of land-based nuclear missiles.
Russians are told it is unpatriotic to name Kaliningrad's airport after philosopher Immanuel Kant.
The 41st president's service dog attended along with past and present CIA directors.
Photographer Mads Nordsvee describes the sighting as a "fairytale moment".
Police blame armed separatists for a deadly attack in the restive Papua province.
The Star Wars actor, who plays Luke Skywalker, tweeted as a sale listed his "original" lightsaber.
Hundreds of Taiwanese taxpayers' dollars have been spent on an investigation into the theft of a yoghurt drink.
Rome names five security officials over the death of a Cambridge University student in 2016.
Russian athletes will remain banned from international competitions after the IAAF upholds the country's suspension until 2019.
The 1954 letter about religion is expected to fetch up to $1.5 million at auction in New York.
Ships have begun heading through the Kerch Strait towards two ports, says a Ukrainian minister.
A woman used false identities to get into the presidential villa to allegedly run business scams.
A link in one of the lawyer's tweets directs users to a message that attacks the president.
Dane Best, 9, gave an impassioned speech to town officials on Monday, who then approved the change.
Dozens of migrants climb over the border fence and are quickly detained by border patrol guards.
A female reporter who was thrown out of parliament for showing "too much skin" wins an apology.
The 80-year-old jeweller is believed to be the new head of Cosa Nostra in Sicily.