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The men were spectators at the controversial sport, known as Jallikattu, which is held in Tamil Nadu.
Officials warn the dignity and human security of millions of Palestinian refugees are at stake.
The previously unknown drawing sat in a private collection for almost 100 years.
Merera Gudina is the first of more than 500 prisoners the government has said it will release.
The cave is 216 miles long and could be the longest underwater cave system on the planet.
A 19-year-old woman finds her location in Charleroi in Belgium and alerts her brother.
The Trump ex-strategist stonewalls at a Russia collusion hearing, prompting claims of a White House gag.
The video-clip platform will require creators to have more than 1,000 subscribers to feature adverts.
The victims are from the Buddhist Rakhine ethnic group and had taken part in a nationalist protest.
President Macron is understood to have agreed to let it leave France for first time in 950 years.
As the parliament re-opens, supporters of the exiled Catalan leader insist he can rule from Belgium.
The Asian nation has been a big adopter of virtual currency, so developments there have a global impact.
Railway experiment hopes to put an end to collisions with deer drawn to the track.
Jorge Garcia was brought illegally to the US aged 10.
Japan told an international meeting that Korean Olympics talks should not lead to reduced sanctions.
Canberra joins the US in complaining to the World Trade Organization about sales in Canada.
Joshua Wong, a leader of the protests, was found guilty of obstructing clearances of barricades.
Ferrero will pay $2.8bn for brands such as Crunch, Nerds, Runts and Butterfinger.
The couple who allegedly held their own children captive registered a private school at their home.
A private meeting with victims is held, amid a papal visit overshadowed by Church sex scandals.