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The TV star was discovered unresponsive in a hotel room in Strasbourg, France, while on a TV shoot.
President Donald Trump tells reporters he is thinking "very seriously" about the boxing legend.
A South African company came under fire for its brands such as Filthy Brunette and Easy Blonde.
Two South Korean reporters are accused of trespassing in the North Korean ambassador's home.
After a seven-year hunt, the US returns to Spain a copy of a Christopher Columbus letter from 1493.
Feathered residents have given an old Chinese house a stay of execution.
A US school has rewritten "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" as "Lockdown, lockdown, lock the door..."
A YouTuber has shown how a glitch in Fortnite let him return to the game's 'spawn island'.
The government links the crackdown to evidence of Islamist and Turkish nationalist activities.
The online home-sharing giant cancels thousands of reservations due to a new law around home-sharing.
Leaders gather in Canada for what could be one of the group's most acrimonious summits in years.
The nation is the only Commonwealth country not to have a treaty with its indigenous peoples.
The former city councillor was close to his brother Rob Ford, who died in 2016 of a rare cancer.
The financing loan would be made over a three-year period and is still subject to IMF board approval.
Canadian senators pass the Cannabis Act by a clear margin and return it to the House of Commons.
The US immigration agency is forced to find extra room after the Trump administration crackdown.
Six traffickers and smugglers are hit with UN sanctions., including a travel ban and assets freeze.
The BBC's Will Grant asks people in Iguala why they are planning to vote for the man known as AMLO.
Why US tariffs on steel and aluminium will cast a shadow over the forthcoming meeting.
Unless Pakistan stops extremists operating on its soil, it faces being put on a sanctions blacklist.