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A simulator teaches robots how to perform tasks by breaking them down into small steps.
The US President has even floated the idea of pardoning himself - but is that legal?
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola "often has problems with Africans", says former Blues midfielder Yaya Toure.
The FBI detains a former US Defense Intelligence Agency officer on his way to catch a flight to China.
Fifty years on, some argue Kennedy's assassination had a profound impact on liberalism.
Ahead of a trip to Austria, Vladimir Putin says Russia wants the EU to be united and prosperous.
Howard Schultz hints at political ambitions as he steps down as Starbucks' executive chairman.
At least 62 people are known to have died when the Fuego volcano erupted on Sunday.
An almost complete specimen from 150 million years ago is sold at an auction to a private buyer.
The next versions of the iOS and the Mac operating systems will block the social network's trackers.
Bodycam footage shows moment a man fleeing police crashes into the windscreen of the patrol car.
The "hero" who saved children on Friday lied about killing a girl in a 1968 car crash, it emerged.
Danish MPs fear wild boar will spread African swine fever and harm the pork industry.
The world migration body says the toll has doubled since the boat sunk off the coast of Tunisia.
When a Canadian woman was hit by a train, a man captured the scene with his smartphone.
Bill Clinton says he would not respond differently today to news of his affair with his former intern.
The ruling says a civil rights body showed "impermissible hostility" to a baker's religious beliefs.
Exam question asks students to explain why Sergio Ramos cannot face prosecution for his contentious challenge.
Judy Perkins had been given three months to live, but two years later there is no sign of cancer in her body.
The Fuego volcano in Guatemala erupted on Sunday, killing dozens of people.