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Epstein was found dead in his cell on Saturday morning after an apparent suicide attempt last month.
DJ Arafat, well known in French-speaking Africa, is killed after his motorbike collided with a car.
A rocket engine blew up in the Arctic, killing five nuclear experts and sparking a radiation scare.
Philip Manshaus appears in court and is also charged with the murder of his teenage stepsister.
Footage from a regional forum ends speculation that President Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov is dead.
Typhoon Lekima in China has killed dozens of people, with over a million evacuated from Zhejiang province.
Nationalist Matteo Salvini is seeking a snap vote but faces a challenge from ex-PM Matteo Renzi.
The primaries are a good indicator of who may win the presidential elections later this year.
Two male penguins at Berlin Zoo have been caring for an egg since July in the hope of becoming parents.
The busy international hub cancels flights as anti-government protests there enter a fourth day.
Streaming platform Twitch's boss apologises after pornography is hosted on Ninja's former channel.
The tit-for-tat move deepens the rift between the nations, inflamed by a row over wartime compensation.
Local news outlets captured police shooting non-lethal ammunition at close range and tear gas.
The singer called the women's football team "heroes and icons for standing up."
A Las Vegas cyber-security conference hears the latest, unusual techniques to fight "deep fake" videos.
The group became the first K-pop artists to reach number one on the US album charts this year.
The luxury label is the latest firm to face backlash for not adhering to China's territorial claims.
Protesters clashed with police as demonstrations in the territory continued for a 10th week.
Colombian dancer Beto Perez first came up with the idea behind Zumba when he was 16.
Instead of treating migrants - or conducting autopsies on their bodies - Dr Pietro Bartolo is now seeking a political solution.