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An Australian city has been successfully protected from the mosquito-borne disease, researchers say.
After 11 years in exile and prison, ex-Vice-President Jean Pierre-Bemba wants to run for president.
At a rally in Tampa, Florida, he says: "If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need ID."
US officials say initial tests show the 55 boxes of remains are "likely" to belong to American troops.
The ransomware attack has spread to email, telephone and door entry systems.
Sanofi is building a 14 week stockpile of drugs, including insulin, in case of Brexit disruptions.
Results show Zanu-PF winning a parliamentary majority in the first polls since Robert Mugabe was ousted.
Two passenger trains collide en route to Peru's most visited tourist attraction, injuring 15 people.
Hot soups and cold pools are some of the things people are trying to combat the sweltering heatwave.
Police are hunting two men who stole some of Sweden's royal jewels in a daring daylight heist.
Eight-year-old Grace had to have brain surgery last week, which meant she could not go to Katy's concert.
A bridge made to look like a golden thread held up by a god is drawing tourists in Vietnam.
The "highly strung" marsupial leaps to freedom, two days after crashing through a home in Melbourne.
Tariffs on an additional $200bn of goods could be much more than the expected 10%, say media reports.
Social media users turn on supermarket giant Coles for "caving in" to "tantrums" over reusable bags.
The blueprints to make untraceable guns were expected to be available for download on Wednesday.
Fans will also be able to bid for a Stormtrooper helmet and a lightsaber at the auction next month.
Gangs in El Salvador have found a new way to enslave women - by forcing them to raise other people's children.
Why Maria Makrogianni is well known to refugees living on the Greek island of Samos.
Saving the Bulgarian bears who were chained, tortured and forced to dance.