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A man who drove his car into anti-racism protesters in Virginia in 2017 is jailed for hate crimes.
Democratic White House contender Bernie Sanders claims the poorest 50% of Americans own less than the three richest. Is he right?
The protesters were blocking roads in the capital Paris to draw attention to climate change.
Doctors can now end Vincent Lambert's life support, in a high-profile right-to-die case.
The California senator says she was "speaking the truth" when she confronted Joe Biden about race.
The leader of the Istanbul branch of the Republican People's Party (CHP) could face years in prison.
California's planned law on natural hair will cover "traits historically associated with race".
Russia's president says liberal ideas are opposed by "the overwhelming majority" - but is he right?
German media are restrained about Chancellor Merkel's tremors, but her health is a political issue.
Large racks of the computers constantly mining Bitcoin have led to a spike in electricity consumption.
The US president delivers a light-hearted reprimand to his Russian counterpart at the G20 summit.
The reality-star-turned-designer has been accused of cultural appropriation over new fashion line.
The governor of Lualaba province says the fatalities are "clandestine artisanal diggers".
Demolition experts blow up what remained of a bridge which collapsed in a storm killing 43 people.
The US president held a meeting with the Russian leader during the G20 summit in Japan.
After losing her child in a shooting, the woman has been arrested - despite not being the shooter.
Two men are arrested for shaving the women's heads and assaulting them in India's Bihar state.
There were tense exchanges - and moments of agreement - on the debate stage in Miami.
The front-runner in the Democratic race has his civil rights record attacked by Kamala Harris.
Hell Pizza says it covertly introduced plant-based meat on its Burger Pizza to raise awareness.