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The agency failed to heed warnings about the eruption of Fuego volcano, opposition politicians say.
The pop power couple put on a display of affection as they open their joint world tour.
As the backlash continues over the US policy, activists say no other country has tried such a measure.
When a BBC team went to report on preparations in Nizhny Novgorod, where England will play, they found themselves under constant surveillance.
The axolotl - a salamander unique to Mexico - has almost been wiped out by pollution and over-fishing.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed also announces the liberalisation of parts of the economy.
The BBC's Laura Bicker explains three things Kim Jong-un wants the most when he meets Donald Trump.
The film, which features women openly swearing and discussing sex, has divided audiences online.
Civilian casualties from US and Afghan government air strikes have surged since 2016.
A man requires 26 doses of anti-venom and nearly dies after the rattlesnake he decapitated bit him.
England's Premier League leads the way in a new era of financial stability, says Deloitte.
The designer's husband Andy Spade says she "sounded happy" the night before her apparent suicide.
He was hosting a "display of patriotism" after a Super Bowl winners' celebration was cancelled.
When world leaders descend on a tiny Quebec town one resident will be stuck inside the 'red zone'.
Video footage captures an SUV in Ohio exiting a busy highway in reverse - but the driver kept going.
The man, who is in the process of applying for a green card, was turned over to immigration officials.
At least 46 people - all said to be from Ethiopia - die after their boast capsizes, UN officials say.
Mr Trump denies that his wife is "near death", had a "facelift" or is a victim of "abuse".
The move comes a day after the prime minister said there was evidence of "unprecedented" violations.
The US president's lawyer says North Korea's leader got "on his hands and knees and begged".