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Anne Hagen, wife of a multi-millionaire Norwegian businessman, has been missing for months.
Authorities say the birds are being deliberately tied with tinsel around their necks and wings.
The US president wants money to tackle illegal migration, but Democrats say he is 'manufacturing a crisis'.
Scott Morrison laughs off the discovery of a poorly doctored portrait on his website.
Rahaf al-Qunun, 18, refused to board a flight from Bangkok and barricaded herself in her hotel room.
A door that locks away small parcels and calls the police if larger ones are stolen is at CES.
Taking your chances on buying a mystery bag of a store's old stock has become a New Year tradition.
Authorities are investigating the discoveries at foreign consulates in Canberra and Melbourne.
Jeanne Augier's death brings to a close an era of glitz and glamour on the French Riviera.
The annual procession sees huge crowds try to get close to the historic statue of Jesus Christ.
Democratic leaders accuse Mr Trump of holding the American people hostage over his border wall plans.
The US president says Congress needs to back $5.7bn for a "steel barrier" along the Mexican border.
President Trump demands funding for a US-Mexico border wall in his first TV address from the Oval Office.
Two rival gadgets at CES promise to reveal the secrets of your metabolism - by scrutinising your breath.
EU and US states are to introduce laws helping people to mend appliances that break down.
The ancient relic was spotted on display at an auction hall in London, Egyptian officials say.
One file-sharing developer turned politician wants to hand decisions over to the people of Madrid.
Will Russia's renewed interest in Africa make it a key player in the continent?
The reopening of the border between Ethiopia and Eritrea has transformed the towns near the frontier.
With sales of vegan foods on the rise, check the environmental impact of plant-based milks.