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A 14-year-old boy is given a one-year ban for lowering his shorts and making a vulgar gesture towards a female referee in Italy.
Thousands are attending the ceremony in central Delhi, including Bollywood stars and regional leaders.
Boeing admits it fell short on implementing a safety alert system on the 737 Max
Saybie is believed to be the world's smallest infant to survive after weighing just 8.6 ounces or 245 grams at birth.
Albania and North Macedonia get EU Commission praise, but some EU leaders are wary of enlargement.
The kingdom is hosting two summits of Gulf and Arab leaders to discuss growing tensions in the region.
WikiLeaks says its founder has been moved to the medical ward of Belmarsh Prison.
A French court hears a man whose career has been "ruined" after being accused of harassment.
The American says he needed 28 stitches after the incident on a Delta Airlines flight.
For the first time in the country's history, half of all ministers in South Africa's cabinet are women.
Baby Saybie was given just hours to live when she was born weighing just 245g (8.6oz) in San Diego.
President Donald Trump denies making the request, saying he was "not informed about anything".
Disney's CEO says it would be "difficult " to over-rule people who didn't want to work in the state.
Who is Nesamani and why is seemingly everyone in the world praying for him on Twitter?
A child is taken to hospital after she was hit by a foul ball off the bat of Chicago Cubs outfielder Albert Almora Jr at the Houston Astros' stadium, leaving the player in tears.
Three more Democratic presidential hopefuls join chorus calling for President Trump's impeachment.