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From "hell yes" to "have a record player on" - the White House hopefuls' most memorable lines.
Organisers said they could not guarantee "smooth running" if the tournament in light of the unrest.
The image of one man in the way of a column of tanks has become a symbol of peaceful resistance.
Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders share the stage for the first time in a testy debate.
The scuba-diving boat caught fire off the coast of California last week, killing 34 passengers.
More than 300,000 children are expected to receive the vaccine over the next three years.
A hoax rallying cry to storm a US Air Force base in Nevada has left two towns fearing catastrophe.
Rival indigenous groups say they have a common enemy: Brazil's President Bolsonaro and his policies.
Actors staging special forces "drug busts" are spicing up marriage proposals in Russia.
Thousands of people risk their regularly lives scavenging for small pieces of jade in Myanmar's mines.
Hurricane Dorian battered the Bahamas earlier this month killing at least 50.
The group staged a protest from a bridge in Texas ahead of the Democratic debate.
Israa Ghrayeb had been beaten to death, according to the West Bank's chief prosecutor.
The social media giant suspends state-run media and officials' accounts, citing policy violations.
An elderly couple were killed when floodwaters flipped their car over, emergency services said.
Democrats were furious after the North Carolina legislature passed a controversial budget.
A crowd gathers outside the presidential palace and calls for justice for dozens of slain protesters.
The body of the former Zimbabwean leader is lying in state at the Rufaro football stadium in Harare.
A bus full of journalists collides with the wing of the prime minster's plane, leaving a scrape.
A Politico report said Israel was likely behind surveillance devices found near the White House.