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Kim Jong-un's security team in dash for cavalcade as North Korea's leader leaves Hanoi summit.
The girl had requested an abortion after being raped but doctors performed a caesarean instead.
Prosecutors say the driver left the train to argue with a colleague, but he blames corroded brakes.
Officials in a German town decided the most valuable item in a home was Edda, the family dog.
What does 'no deal' mean for Pyongyang, Washington, the North's economy and its human rights crisis?
The village chief in Pakistan-administered Kashmir who found the airman reveals how he was captured.
The US president says talks ended without an agreement after North Korea asked for full sanctions relief.
We spend a day with Abdoulaye as he shows us what it's like being 17 in Dakar.
The fighter pilot who has 16 years of experience is from the southern city of Chennai.
The moment Kim Jong-un answered a question from a foreign reporter at the US-North Korea summit.
US President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un discuss the day ahead as they begin talks.
A large shipment of US humanitarian aid has been refused entry into Venezuela.
For the men who remain to farm the land in emptying Spanish villages it can be hard to meet women. The 'caravans of women' are one solution.
Mexico’s president promised to put an end to the murders of journalists, but attacks continue.
As Georgia aims to boost wine exports, can its unique but sometimes challenging bottles find more fans?
From hacked emails to hush money, the explosive things Trump's ex-lawyer Michael Cohen told Congress.
The former service dog of the late President George HW Bush has a new job with the US Navy.
Jody Wilson-Raybould says she faced "sustained" pressure over SNC-Lavalin prosecution.
The legislation expands background checks for all gun sales but the Senate is unlikely to approve it.
The event is part of an effort to raise $1bn for infrastructure projects in the capital Addis Ababa.