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The Trump administration will allow pesticides linked to declining bee populations to be used.
The MI-8 helicopter crash-lands in Siberia, with reports saying at least 18 people are dead.
Pyongyang has been defying sanctions and trying to sell weapons abroad, a report to the UN says.
Paul Manafort's accountant says she helped to disguise his foreign income so he could pay less tax.
Samuel Karimbo is a Kenyan inventor who prides himself on thinking outside the box.
The Snail Racing World Championships, a lucky escape and other stories you may have missed.
The artwork features the rescued schoolboys and those who helped to get them out of the cave.
She is the first to be fined under controversial new legislation banning full face coverings in public.
It is the first South American country to enact a ban - and businesses flouting it will be fined $370.
From driving a monster truck to politics - here are some of wrestling's most surprising career moves.
They will be aboard the first US flights to the International Space Station since the shuttle programme ended.
The world-renowned Italian tenor will sing at a concert during Pope Francis's two-day visit to Ireland.
The aftermath of a disputed election has seen violence and opposition claims of fraud.
Forecasters warned the storm would cause zero visibility and winds topping 60mph.
Harvey Weinstein's lawyers cites "warm" emails the producer received from an accuser.
Alia Ghanem gives her first interview, saying she was "upset" that her son became al-Qaeda leader.
The 25-year-old, who is HIV positive, is accused of targeting boys between the ages of 15 to 17.
Soaring temperatures are taking their toll on everyone from sprout farmers to zoo animals.
Citizens are urged to "join the struggle" to save precious crops from drought.
Two men arrived at the mosque in eastern Afghanistan dressed in full-face veils., officials say.