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The star wants to use her catchphrase on merchandise, according to documents filed in the US.
Pyongyang withdraws from an office that enabled constant communication between the two Koreas.
Conservationists retract their findings, after evidence for the bird's discovery is disputed.
Syria criticises the US president for saying it is time to recognise the occupied Golan as Israeli.
One week after the fatal shootings in two mosques, women in Christchurch demonstrate their support for Muslim women.
The airline has asked to cancel an order for 49 jets after the plane was involved in two fatal crashes.
A chemical factory explosion in eastern China killed 44 and injured at least 90, state media say.
Imam Gamal Fouda thanks the people of New Zealand in a ceremony marking one week since the Christchurch attacks.
The firm's public stock offering is expected in the coming months and may be one of the biggest in 2019.
Aid agencies warn that it is becoming more dangerous, not less, in southern Africa after Cyclone Idai.
In 1929, an African-American Ford engineer, Robert Robinson, was recruited to work in the USSR. He had to stay there, against his will, for nearly 50 years.
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Tens of thousands of Yemenis have died, but in amongst the conflict there is one place that’s prospering – the city of Marib.
The country is split between pro-military forces and their opponents in the first vote since a 2014 coup.
Donald Tusk and Jean-Claude Juncker updated reporters at a press conference which had some lighter moments.
The victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings have been remembered at events throughout the week.
New Zealand holds a national day of reflection to mark a week since the Christchurch mosque attacks.
Individuals who worked for the East German intelligence service have been questioned as part of the ongoing inquiry.
"Every minute of every day I thought I was going to die," said the actor, who suffered two aneurysms.