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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.
Shrunken lakes and dry riverbeds are seen across Europe as people battle to stay cool
China targets $60bn of US products, as tensions between the world's two biggest economies escalate.
Three teenagers are accused of killing their father in a frenzied knife attack.
Border guards in Chukotka hold an American who turned up in a dinghy.
Discarded luggage at Kansai International Airport has posed a heightened security threat, so it wants people to hand unwanted suitcases in.
The US president hit back at claims that he was late for his meeting with the Queen in July.
Daisy Osakue suffered an eye injury when eggs were thrown at her from a car.
Glenn Jacobs, who played a "monstrous abomination" in the ring, won in Knox County, Tennessee.
Evie Amati is convicted of attempted murder after wounding two strangers in a convenience store.
Troops patrol the streets of Harare after President Mnangagwa narrowly won the post-Mugabe vote.
Authorities warn 17ft of water could hit Lynchburg in Virginia in minutes if a dam overspills.
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