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The urns fell off a ship before a planned funeral at sea.
Three migrant fishermen saved Greeks fleeing the wildfire that killed dozens near Athens last July.
The man dubbed "Mean Gene" by wrestler Jesse Ventura was one of the sport's most recognisable faces.
Seven-year-old Jazmine Barnes was killed in a drive-by shooting in Houston, Texas, on Sunday.
The streaming service has removed in Saudi Arabia an episode of a comedy show critical of the kingdom.
Houston cops are searching for a man who opened fire on a family in their car in a random attack.
The US president reminds his fellow Republican that he lost when he stood for president.
The US secretary of state says they will demand the ex-Marine's release if his arrest is "not appropriate".
US border guards fire tear gas into Mexico as migrants try to cross the border near Tijuana.
Migratory starlings wintering in Israel put on spectacular aerial displays.
It is the first attempt to land robotic craft on the side of the Moon which never faces Earth.
More bodies are found in a wrecked apartment block, as an injured baby improves in hospital.
Nicholas Haysom's expulsion comes after he raised concern about the killing of protesters.
A man with a "serious fear of spiders" prompted the call after a passerby heard him shouting death threats.
Six people have died in a train accident on a bridge spanning two Danish islands, authorities say.
Former presidential candidate Mitt Romney fiercely attacks Donald Trump in an opinion piece.
Cathay Pacific business class seats worth up to $16,000 were sold for as little as $675 return.
The family of seven-time world champion Michael Schumacher say they will celebrate his "victories and records" when he turns 50 on Thursday.
The Uffizi Gallery in Florence seeks the return of a painting stolen by Nazi forces in 1943.
The Hindu temple in Kerala had previously been closed to women between the ages of 10 and 50.