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What China's Chang'e-4 mission could tell us about the far side of the Moon.
Exclusive footage shows the battle to push the Islamic State group out of the Syrian town of Hajin.
A White House petition is asking to have the geographic curiosity handed over to Canada.
The Democrat makes her first speech after retaking the gavel as Speaker of the House for a second time.
The veteran lawmaker once again reclaims the Speaker's gavel as Democrats take control of the House.
Canada's leader heads into an election year with three big challenges on the horizon.
Footage filmed by the Dutch coastguard shows precariously balanced containers on board the MSC Zoe.
Efforts to cover up the crimes caused great harm, he says in a letter to US bishops on a retreat.
The state department urges Americans to "exercise caution" amid heightened tensions with Beijing.
The Muslim congresswoman is set to take her oath of office on a Koran owned by the third US president.
A German cinema is at the centre of a row after offering free tickets to far-rightists to see Schindler's List
The man's body was discovered in Sydney nine months ago, but his identity remains unknown.
Apple shares fall 9.4% in Thursday US trading in the wake of Wednesday's warning about China sales.
One of the leaders of the "gilets jaunes" protests is arrested a second time, prompting an outcry.
An Afghan tribunal sentences one man to death and two others to jail for involvement in Ahmad Shah's murder.
China has successfully landed on the far side of the moon, but that is not the limit of its ambitions.
A self-styled prophet angers Muslim youth by predicting the death of the county's main imam.
A big clean-up starts on five Dutch islands after a storm sweeps cargo into the sea.
A Beyoncé pop video helps to make France's Louvre the world’s most popular museum.
A Russian historian has a new theory about the gold Napoleon allegedly hid during his retreat from Moscow in 1812.