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The Pacific island nation becomes the first country to impose a widespread ban on sunscreen products.
The US woman's car left the highway in Arizona and was found suspended in a tree.
Russian officials have been looking into why the rocket’s booster malfunctioned during a launch last month.
Shrek, Fiona and the Mask all made an appearance at Heidi Klum's fancy dress party.
The singer refers to the actress as "my wife Daryl" in a message released with live track.
Equalities Minister Marlène Schiappa offers support for women with cancer unable to afford a wig.
From the grand residence that he refuses to leave, Ranil Wickremesinghe tells the BBC that he is backed by MPs.
The alleged victim accuses the film producer of forcing her to grope him in 2002.
Indonesian divers have found a "black box" from the crashed Lion Air plane in the sea.
UK scientists demonstrate the practicality of identifying and counting whales from orbit.
School students use an "inadvertent" coincidence on a state-wide test to unleash fake reviews.
The flight recorder will give vital clues about what caused the Lion Air plane to fall from the sky.
A rights group reports a culture of open, unchallenged abuse, particularly by men in positions of power.
The US president says he has "forcefully condemned hatred and bigotry" but this goes unreported.
Critics say tougher identification and registration requirements are designed to limit voter participation.
Derided as far-right, Vox has begun to attract supporters with its anti-migrant, nationalist message.
Foreign trawlers and fishmeal plants are increasingly threatening the livelihood of Senegal's fishermen.
A judge said the opposition leader, accused of taking cash from a Brazilian firm, could flee abroad.
What forms of transport in urban environments expose you to the highest amounts of pollutants?
The Earth is far more sensitive to fossil fuel emissions than previously thought, a study says.