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Israel says it will investigate after volunteer medic Razan al-Najar was shot dead during protests.
Beijing says it has the right to deploy "on its own territory" after US accusations of intimidation.
Sanitary products, surgical masks and nappies begin washing up on beaches north of Sydney.
The Egyptian president's second term comes after a landslide win and amid a crackdown on opponents.
Pedro Sánchez takes the oath with Spain's King Felipe VI after the ousting of Mariano Rajoy.
Anti-India protests flare at the funeral of a man run over by police in the summer capital Srinagar.
Restaurant chain Buffalo Wild Wings apologises for 'awful' posts after its Twitter account is hacked.
Employees have quit over Project Maven, aimed at improving the precision of US drone strikes.
Brian De Palma, who directed the crime film Scarface, says he is following the scandal "very closely".
In the meeting with North Korea's envoy, President Donald Trump was hand-delivered a huge letter.
The US defence chief says Beijing's South China Sea actions raise questions about its broader goals.
Attacks by young Islamist militants in northern Mozambique are fuelled by a mix of poverty and corruption.
Iranians share #MeToo moments as sex assault anger swells.
Muslim women describe the difficulties of eating in front of male relatives during Ramadan.
Norman is an artificial intelligence which sees death and destruction in everything.
A Singapore street artist explains what it's like to operate in a place where graffiti is illegal.
Accusations of witchcraft can lead to people being brutally attacked and sometimes murdered.
The World Cup in Russia may be the last for some time to be staged solely in one country.
Decades years after conservative women killed the Equal Rights Amendment, will #MeToo revive it?
Some 197 people are now affected by the outbreak across 35 states.