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The directive would impose bans or restrictions on those found to have interfered in US elections.
The EU wants to pre-empt the development and use of weapon systems that kill without human intervention.
The ritual killing of animals such as goats could soon be outlawed at Sri Lanka's Hindu temples.
The new law criminalises sexual harassment and imposes tougher penalties on perpetrators.
A man is being held after driving a car into a busy square, injuring more than 40 and killing three.
Florence moves closer to the US as a Category 4 storm. Ben Rich takes a closer look.
The Food and Drug Administration is considering banning sale of flavoured e-cigarettes.
Vegan activists have recently attacked nine businesses in and around the northern city of Lille.
South Carolina authorities turn four motorways into one-way routes away from the coast.
One in five men and one in six women will get cancer in their lifetime, a global report suggests.
The France-based former lead singer of band Carte de Séjour died of a heart attack, his family say.
Harper Nielsen stirs social media storm claiming "Advance Australia Fair" ignores indigenous people.
The European Parliament votes to take disciplinary action over alleged attacks on the rule of law.
Intelligence agents apprehend the Turkish man wanted over a deadly 2013 attack in Reyhanli - reports.
Hurricane Florence is gathering strength as it moves in on the US East Coast.
MEPs vote for new laws despite opposition from US tech firms and the musician Wyclef Jean.
European Commission's president says tech firms should be fined if they exceed the time limit.
At least 68 people died when a bomber struck in the east, one of the deadliest in a wave of attacks.
The Backstreet Boys singer will not be charged as the statute of limitations has passed.
President Vladimir Putin says Russia has found the suspects in Skripal poisoning case, and that they are civilians.