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The editor who called for the Ku Klux Klan to lynch Democrats stepped down in favour of a black female.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is charged with twice paying for sex at a Florida day spa.
Mohammad Javad Zarif announces resignation in an Instagram post, apologising for his "shortcomings".
Danny Burch, 63, "has been recovered" and reunited with his family, US President Donald Trump said.
President Muhammadu Buhari - seeking a second term - takes an early lead amid vote rigging claims.
The opposition rejects President Bashir's announcement and anti-government protests gain momentum.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has departed for Hanoi by train - a mode of travel loved by his predecessors.
The R&B star was dressed in a jumpsuit in a Chicago court when his lawyer entered the plea.
Mauritius says it was forced to give up the Indian Ocean islands in exchange for independence.
A Taiwanese game that hid references to Chinese President Xi Jinping has been pulled from the mainland.
Security veterans from both parties will say "there is no factual basis" for a border emergency.
There is no clear winner in Moldova's election - amid allegations of misconduct on both sides.
Craig Coley served 38 years in jail, but a review of DNA evidence helped to clear his name in 2017.
A new image from Japan's Hayabusa-2 spacecraft reveals a dark splodge where it touched down on the surface of an asteroid last week.
Officials say a man who attempted to hijack a flight, who was killed by police, was carrying a fake pistol.
Douglas, the parrot star of a Pippi Longstocking children's film, has died.
The World Health Organization said anti-vaccine views were a "top 10 global health threat" in 2019.
Peter Farrelly's Green Book beat Spike Lee's BlacKkKlansman to best picture at the Oscars.
Howard X says officials have told him his visa is "invalid", but has received no other explanation.
A photo of George Otieno's penile cancer was used to spread false rumours about a made-up STI.