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Human Rights Watch found dozens of children died when aircraft bombed two IS-held towns in March.
The ex-congressman is sentenced to 21 months in prison for sending explicit messages to a teen.
Minister accuses US of declaring war and says his country has the right to shoot down US bombers.
The Sesame Street character is visiting Singapore with a message about kindness.
Emanuel Kidega Samson, 25, shared a bodybuilding picture of himself with the caption "unrestricted paroxysm".
South Africa's public broadcaster again apologises to ANC politician Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma,
Psychic David Meade receives death threats after being mistaken for a US conspiracy theorist.
The UN human rights agency says it has documented arbitrary arrests and torture in the region.
Donald Trump says his words about political protests at sport events had "nothing to do with race".
What does Germany's controversial third biggest party actually stand for?
Myanmar authorities accuse Muslim Rohingya militants of killing 28 Hindus in restive Rakhine state.
Voters in Irbil have their say on whether the Kurdistan region should be independent from Iraq.
Japan's Shinzo Abe calls an election a year early, as his support rises amid a weak opposition.
Stevie Wonder knelt on one knee at the annual Global Citizen Festival in New York.
Nationalists lay out their plans after winning nearly 13% of the vote, weakening Chancellor Merkel.
A hospital in Abu Dhabi confirms the Egyptian's death despite recent weight-loss surgery.
Mount Agung on Bali is an active volcano that may be about to erupt for the first time in 54 years.
The humpback whale had been buried on a beach, prompting fears it would attract sharks.
Despite objections from Iraq and other nations, Kurds are pressing ahead with their key referendum.
A customs officer told BBC Sinhala they spotted the man because "he was walking suspiciously".