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A Sunni militant group says it was behind the attack on a bus in the south-east of the country.
The former boxing champion is accused of assaulting a police officer at a Paris protest in January.
West Indies fast bowler Shannon Gabriel is banned for the first four one-day internationals against England.
India's government let the bill lapse before parliament could ratify it, following months of protests.
Two men said to be former intelligence officers are suspected of torturing thousands of people.
Catalan parties withdraw their support for the Socialist government during a budget vote.
The bodies of five people are recovered, but dozens remain missing since Saturday, an official says.
Chancellor Angela Merkel said the country needs a "zero tolerance" approach to anti-Semitism.
It's thought to be the first time the rare animal has been photographed in Africa in a century.
Maria Ressa is the CEO of Rappler, which is critical of Rodrigo Duterte's government.
The new species were found after three years of extensive explorations in the Western Ghats.
Conservationists from Chester zoo are conducting the first ever study of the animals, in Uganda.
The cars were bought to chauffeur global guests in style - but now, many of them are missing.
The controversial Christmas Island centre is needed, PM Scott Morrison says, in a row over migrants.
Princess Ubolratana says her bid to be PM created issues that "shouldn't happen in this day and age".
He tells a rally that supplies will arrive next week, despite opposition from President Maduro.
President Trump and Democrat Beto O'Rourke held events at the same time, but said very different things.
Journalist Noor Tagouri was misidentified as a Pakistani actress in Vogue magazine's February issue.
Foreign students fall prey to loan sharks, lured by offers of a university education in northern Cyprus.
As the Oscars prepare for a hostless ceremony, we go back 30 years to the last time this happened...