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The rule will make it easier for medical workers to refuse to carry out procedures on moral grounds.
The EU rule for new models follows concerns cars put pedestrians at risk because they are too quiet.
The US president and North Korean leader meet at the demilitarised zone between North and South Korea.
With the main opposition boycotting the poll, there are fears of disruption and violence.
The president spoke in Seoul shortly before he is due to visit the fortified strip dividing the Koreas.
Gotabhaya Rajapaksa, the former defence chief who crushed the Tamil Tigers, is eyeing a return to power.
Nigerian veterinarian Mark Ofua is on a mission to rescue snakes and other wild animals.
Protesters are calling on Madrid’s conservative mayor to reimpose strict car pollution restrictions.
Meet the young protesters in Sudan prepared to die to keep the country's revolution alive.
Trym is the first person to live on the Svalbard Islands with Down's syndrome and he isn't letting it hold him back.
Huge group chats with real-time voting let demonstrators decide what steps to take next.
It took 12 years and three failed attempts before the first Indian team took to the field in May 1911.
A garden in Victoria, Canada, helps parents mourn children lost during pregnancy.
The main opposition group says armed forces broke up a press conference on the eve of the rally.
The president has announced four prisoners will be executed over drug offences.
Temperatures remain sizzling, rising above 40C (104F) in some areas of Spain.
The German Chancellor has suffered two bouts of trembling in public in two weeks.
The former detective underwent 68 rounds of chemotherapy for cancer caused by work at Ground Zero.
Vase of Flowers by Dutch artist Jan van Huysum will be handed to the Uffizi Gallery.
The leaders of the two countries reach an agreement to ease a row that has fuelled an economic slowdown.