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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.
Archaeologists believe priests worshipped Xipe Totec by skinning victims and wearing their flesh.
Why are we so fascinated with the hidden, secret side of the Moon?
The party ramps up pressure as it takes over the House, but there is still no end to the impasse.
Eleven defendants go on trial in Riyadh over the murder of the journalist in Istanbul last October.
Researchers believe the strain behind the worst epidemic in history was carried to Yemen by migrants.
The movie Death Note includes real shots of a deadly 2010 accident in Belgium, local media report.
The authorities stop broadcasts of Canal Congo accusing it of announcing results from Sunday's poll.
Musician Daryl Dragon, one half of Captain & Tennille, had a hit with Love Will Keep Us Together.
The Pope was helped by a Cuban circus group who performed at his weekly general audience at the Vatican.
Grease star says "rumours of my death... greatly exaggerated" following reports she had weeks to live.
US President Donald Trump has mocked India's Narendra Modi for funding a library in Afghanistan.
South Korea's spy agency says that the top diplomat fled Pyongyang's Rome embassy with his wife.
Hundreds of stolen items worth millions of dollars are recovered after Hollywood homes are targeted.
The tech firm blames China for troubles but analysts say the sales warning highlights existing woes.
The Sabarimala temple in India's Kerala state was always closed to women of "menstruating age".
A teenager has been arrested after the man was stabbed to death and another was injured, say police.
It was crippled in the Indian Ocean in 2010 during a record attempt by 16-year-old Abby Sunderland.
The US secretary of state says he is "deeply concerned" about increased production of the leaves.