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The 82-year-old submits his resignation in the wake of weeks of protests, state media report.
No suspect has been identified in what police describe as an "isolated' incident.
A European spacecraft has confirmed a report of methane being released from the surface of Mars.
A diocese near Madrid denies running courses to "cure" homosexuals, as alleged by a newspaper.
German FA president Reinhard Grindel resigns after coming under pressure for accepting an expensive watch from a colleague.
The federal government report warns Canada's Arctic is most affected by the changing climate.
But the ex-vice-president must respect space, the House Speaker says, amid inappropriate touching claims.
The move comes a week after Mr Trump called for Republicans to vote on replacing the healthcare law.
The BBC’s Lyse Doucet asked people in the capital of Afghanistan’s Helmand province whether they thought the Taliban were serious about peace.
Huang Wensi is one of a small number of female boxers in China.
The defence minister and the chief of the army allegedly covered up human rights abuses in the 1970s.
The president's party claims victory in Istanbul, but results give the opposition a slim lead.
Thousands of incidents have been logged of Russia spoofing navigation signals, a report suggests.
A number of people were injured in the incident, which took place as tributes were paid to Nipsey Hussle.
The death of a young black man in Paris, without his family's knowledge, prompts anger on social media.
At least 45 people have died in flooding throughout the country over the past few weeks.
After years of acrimony it is the first visit by a Greek PM to neighbouring North Macedonia.
It is the first time a company not running a coal-fired power plant has come near the top of the ranking.
The elderly victims had food poisoning symptoms after eating duck meat at a home near Toulouse.
The Monty Python-inspired parade took place in the Hungarian capital Budapest to mark April Fools’ Day.