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The partially-built new airport for Mexico City was fiercely opposed by Andres Manuel López Obrador.
Female members of Japan's royal family have to surrender their title if they marry a commoner.
The president has called the migrant caravan approaching the US an "invasion".
The press secretary's voice cracks with emotion as she says the president "adores" Jewish Americans.
Real Madrid dismiss Julen Lopetegui as manager after four and a half months and following Sunday's 5-1 thrashing by Barcelona.
Jermaine Allan Mann was allegedly abducted by his father as a toddler and was found living in the US.
Hatice Cengiz was set to marry the Saudi writer before he was killed in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
The dual US-Saudi citizen was seized by Kurdish forces in Syria in 2017 and then transferred to Iraq.
Bulgarian police will protect a Soviet Army monument from graffiti artists.
A pilot's log for the jet that crashed in Indonesia suggests an instrument problem on a previous flight.
The hip-hop artist, 34, was killed in his native New Orleans in the early hours of Monday.
What we know about who was on board the Lion Air flight that plunged into the sea in Indonesia.
As the German chancellor announces she is stepping down, take a look back at the photos documenting her career.
Teenagers who live in the Pittsburgh community reeling from a synagogue attack reflect and demand change.
Vigils are held after 11 people are shot dead in a synagogue, ahead of the suspect's court appearance.
Nine people are injured in the blast, which police suspect was a terrorist attack.
Uzbek deputy PM sacked for making farmers stand in an irrigation ditch.
As a political crisis turns deadly, fears are growing of even more instability in the coming days.
The decision by Germany's veteran chancellor comes after a series of regional election setbacks.
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha's wife Aimon and their son Aiyawatt lay the wreath alongside thousands of bouquets.