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Scientists say at least 20% of gulls carry the bacteria, which they fear can be passed onto humans.
A passenger in Durban filmed him in his cab and he has since become a viral hit.
Menzi Mngoma has become a viral sensation, auditioning for Cape Town Opera.
Tabisha Esperance is the self-proclaimed "best fashion designer" in Kenya's Kakuma refugee camp.
Emanuela Orlandi disappeared on her way home and now the Vatican has agreed to open two tombs.
A popular god has been invoked in attacks on Indian Muslims, deepening fears of religious polarisation.
The family's lawyer says the cruise company should not have left an open window in a play area.
The PAWmicon event saw pet owners in San Diego get creative with costumes for themselves and their pets.
The rapper says she has "better educated" herself amid a human rights backlash.
The self-made Texan billionaire and business pathfinder who twice ran for president.
Denmark plans controls on popular influencers after an Instagram star posted a suicide note.
Princess Hassa bint Salman allegedly ordered her bodyguard to beat up a workman but was not in court.
His talent agency dominated the pop music industry in Japan for decades.
Members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria are demanding their leader is released from jail.
Top Democrats have called for Mr Acosta to quit over his handling of previous charges against Epstein.
The mayor of Addis Ababa says criminals use them to rob people.
Texas billionaire and independent candidate Ross Perot speaks at a presidential debate in 1992.
A Florida headteacher told a parent he could not say the Holocaust was "a factual, historical event".
Blogger Yang Hengjun has not been heard from since being arrested for "endangering national security".
The business pioneer twice ran for president as an independent in the 1990s.