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Confusion over whether AlienStock is still happening in Nevada?
Richard Ferrand, a member of the French president's 2017 campaign team, faces corruption allegations.
Cuban President Miguel Díaz-Canel says there may be blackouts as soon as next week.
A bid to trademark the title of its in-flight magazine "Kia Ora" has sparked backlash from Maori groups.
With airstrikes targeting hospitals in Syria's rebel-held province, clinics have been forced underground.
Australian Mark Firkin and British-Australian Jolie King have been detained for about 10 weeks.
The US president described the move as a "good will" gesture and comes ahead of fresh talks with China.
The rules allow the US to reject asylum claimants who have not applied en route to the US border.
The manufacturer of painkiller OxyContin stands accused of helping fuel a deadly US crisis.
Has there been any progress in the UK's talks in Brussels since Boris Johnson became prime minister?
Scores of fires are raging across Australia's east coast, and the fire season has only just begun.
The number of new cases of type 2 diabetes is stable, or even falling, a study suggests.
It's a magical healing substance. Or it could create devastating nuclear bombs. Except that red mercury doesn't actually exist.
Creating a new police force was one of the president's top campaign pledges but will people join it?
The Pacific nation of Vanuatu is hoping kava will boost exports and bring in much needed cash.
South Africans have been outraged by a spate of rapes and murders, prompting demands for a return of the death penalty.
Biden, Warren, Sanders, Harris - for the first time all the front-runners will share the spotlight.
Thousands of Africans are crossing Panama's Darien Gap - one of the world's most dangerous jungles.
Two Indian politicians give their separate perspectives on Kashmir losing its special status.
Manila doctor Michael Lazaro escapes the city by going freediving, to connect to nature and clear his mind.