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Cleaners for the ousted president of Zimbabwe appear in court accused of stealing $150,000.
Mr Trump threatens to declare a national emergency, and insists Mexico will pay for the wall.
The EU prepares to implement the Brexit deal, regardless of the Westminster turmoil.
It is the first-ever opposition victory - but the Church, France and Belgium have expressed doubts.
The haul, worth more than $1.3m (£1m), is one of the largest seized in South Africa in recent years.
John Nettleton is accused of concealing evidence after a civilian at the US base drowned in 2015.
The Russian media regulator says it will review the BBC's output for compliance with its licence.
Nicolás Maduro is starting another six-year term as president, despite claims of vote-rigging.
A new mineral found in Israel has only previously been known to exist in outer space.
Several people have died as heavy snow continues to cause disruption across parts of Europe.
Four passengers aboard an inflatable boat in a New Zealand harbour have a lucky escape.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is seeking to reassure allies after Trump's troop withdrawal decision.
France's interior minister says protesters have rendered more than half of speed cameras useless.
The European Court of Human Rights said taking the family's four children into care was justified.
Mysterious cosmic signals have been picked up. What are they and where do they come from?
The warning comes after a man covers a WW2 explosive device with his body for hours in Venlo.
French rapper Nick Conrad denies his music video, "Hang White People", was incitement to murder.
A viral photo showing children separated by race at a school in South Africa has sparked anger.
Spain arrests 83 people, including 28 professional tennis players, after an investigation into match-fixing.
Three men are accused of using a wheelbarrow to steal a huge coin worth £3.4m from a Berlin museum.