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A rabbi who was injured in the deadly shooting at a synagogue near San Diego on Saturday has described the moment he faced the gunman.
Six people are killed in the first attack on a church since jihadist violence erupted in the country.
A city in South Korea has put out special seating for older people at road crossings.
Turkish police were investigating whether the dead man might be linked to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
Apple says some parental control apps were removed from the App Store because of security concerns.
Thousands of people were told to evacuate their homes near Montreal in eastern Canada early on Sunday after rising floodwaters breached a dyke following heavy rain.
A woman from Mongolia has won the Goldman Environmental Prize after a campaign to stop mining firms destroying a critical habitat for snow leopards.
Czech international striker Josef Sural dies following a bus crash involving several of his Alanyaspor team-mates.
Libyan National Army troops under General Khalifa Hafer launch a new bid to take the nation's capital
The six-term Indiana senator briefly ran for the Republican presidential nomination in 1996.
President Sirisena says the emergency measure is to ensure people can be easily identified.
There's three times more carbon in the soil than in the atmosphere - and deforestation is releasing it.
Whether a parent can be notified if their child is in a gay-straight alliance is hotly debated in Canada.
As the blockbuster heads to Netflix, here are five classic films from China's rich sci-fi film history.
Cutting phone bills abroad and tightening internet copyright – MEPs have been busy since 2014.
Photographer Jon Enoch captures what could be the beginning of the end of moped culture in Hanoi.
Why so many men in one Kenyan community are killing themselves.
How Sharan Pasricha used his entrepreneurialism to build a boutique hotel chain.
Rappers discuss reasons for voter apathy as South Africa goes to the polls in national election next month.
Pemba in north Mozambique has had more than two metres of rain and flooding since Cyclone Kenneth.