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Two soldiers die in what the Israeli military says was a deliberate attack on its troops.
Mohammad Shafia and Tooba Yahya, convicted of "honour killings", will be deported to Afghanistan.
A US city settles with a couple after police publicly called the woman's 2015 abduction a "hoax".
Police say the operation in Miami has shifted from rescue to body recovery.
Weddings in Uzbekistan are lavish affairs, some with motorcades and hundreds of guests.
Tens of thousands gathered to demand justice for Marielle Franco.
UK police launch murder investigation after death of Russian businessman Nikolai Glushkov in south-west London
Overturning a ban on important hunting trophies threaten elephants, says Ian Khama.
Several people were injured when the out of control lift started going backwards fast, in Georgia.
Irrfan Khan has acted in over 100 films, including Slumdog Millionaire and The Amazing Spider-Man.
Virtual cash and digital payment systems are becoming embedded in cyber-crime, suggests research.
South Africa's former president faces 16 corruption charges linked to a 1999 arms deal.
A television show darkened models' faces and asked contestants to "transform" them into beautiful brides.
The remarks by the new interior minister put him on a collision course with Chancellor Merkel.
The young man who announced free rides for struggling pensioners sparked praise within his township.
Its head says the UK is "not alone", as police say 131 people may have been exposed to the nerve agent.
The hospital says the flight attendant died soon after being admitted to the facility.
Daler Mehndi was convicted for trafficking people, disguised as members of his dance troupe, abroad.
The artist reveals a new artwork in New York, drawing attention to a jailed Turkish artist.
The former Zimbabwe leader holds his first press conference since being ousted from power.