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Thousands of Russians have been protesting for weeks - with mass arrests and a violent police crackdown.
Police defend their use of officers dressed as anti-government protesters during Sunday's unrest.
Police confirm the bodies found in Manitoba last week were those of Kam McLeod and Bryer Schmegelsky.
Researchers in Canada say students should not be forced to play the sport in school.
The find includes good-luck charms and decorative items thought to have belonged to women.
It comes days after President Bolsonaro said Washington pledged support for Eduardo's nomination.
A new rule will allow officials for the first time to weigh the economic cost of species protection.
People in Indian-administered Kashmir have observed the Muslim festival of Eid al-Adha during a lockdown in the area.
Some of the country's most traded stocks have lost one third of their value in just two hours.
The jail where Jeffrey Epstein died suffers from staff shortages and issues with sanitation and violence.
Two rare white lion cubs have been unveiled by a conservation charity in north-western France.
The rule change will make it more difficult for poorer migrants to enter or remain in the US legally.
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.