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The desire for the perfect Instagram picture reportedly saw 7,000 people descend on a Canadian farm.
Behemoth, the resident cat at a Russian museum, has been returned to his home after he was stolen on Wednesday
A bizarre and complicated conspiracy theory has spread from the internet to President Trump's rallies.
Japanese media allege Tokyo Medical University sought to purposefully reduce female student numbers.
The hottest-ever recorded temperature in Europe could be broken this week in Spain and Portugal.
Church teaching previously allowed it in some cases, but it has now been declared "inadmissible".
Six weeks after giving birth to her daughter Neve, the New Zealand prime minister discusses returning to work.
The actress reveals she and her co-stars have discussed the possibility of the show being brought back.
Three people from India, Malaysia and Macedonia are shot dead in a suspected militant attack.
A canyoning trip proved fatal for a seven-year-old girl and three adults on the French island.
Parts of eastern Australia are suffering their worst drought in memory, as these aerial images show.
Investigators find the flight recorders from an Aeroméxico plane that crashed with 103 on board.
The US giant is reportedly developing a search engine that would block sensitive queries.
Colombia’s anti-narcotics police are fighting a war on cocaine trafficking - which is being fuelled by demand in Europe and the US.
The senior abbot denies the accusations, the latest in a growing #MeToo movement in China.
Australian Sarah Hanson-Young alleges her reputation was damaged by insults from a male senator.
Republican state congressman Nick Sauer allegedly posted nude photos of his ex-girlfriend online.
Residents of the Libyan city of Sirte say they feel 'abandoned' nearly two years after the so-called Islamic State group were pushed out.
The UN and former colonial power the UK call for calm amid a post-election government crackdown.
The world's two biggest economies are at loggerheads, amid concerns tensions might escalate.