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Demonstrators set fire to a car after officials said 70 Roma people would be moved to a nearby centre.
Sara is born amid Cyclone Idai flooding, 20 years after a similar birth during floods in the country.
Prosecutors say investigators bungled the case, which led to 177 arrests and left nine people dead.
Rubin Carter. The Hurricane. A boxer whose fight for titles became a battle for freedom after a triple murder conviction. This is his story.
Jordan Kinyera goes through 18 years of education, becomes a lawyer and wins his father's court case.
Julia has spoken out after a video went viral of her being attacked outside a metro station.
Twitter refused to promote the French government's voting campaign - because of its own new law.
A British Columbia-based company has shown that it can extract CO2 from the air in a cost-effective way.
It will release patents for hybrid technology to keep it relevant in the move to electric vehicles.
YouTube and cosmetics giant Jeffree Star believes he was targeted by black market smugglers.
A woman kidnapped from West Africa by slave traders lived until 1937 in Alabama, researchers say.
The body of environmental activist Paul McAuley, 71, is found in the Amazon city of Iquitos.
The superyacht has become a symbol of the excesses of one of the world's biggest financial scandals.
Lori Lightfoot becomes the first African-American woman to lead the country's third largest city.
Actress Lauren London says she's lost her "protector" and "best friend" after the rapper's murder.
Drum is using his training to protect the last two northern white rhinos on Earth.