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Apps containing the malicious code were downloaded more than three million times.
Fuel from the Sanchi has spread over more than 100 sq km and could badly damage marine life.
Turkey's president vows to "suffocate" efforts to train Kurdish fighters and create "a terror army".
The hotel has been a luxury detention centre for dozens of princes held on suspicion of corruption.
The referee who aimed a kick at a Nantes player and sent him off against Paris St-Germain is suspended "until further notice" by the French FA.
The Detroit motor show is a major industry event, but technological advances are changing the traditional order.
People in the US state received messages warning of an imminent attack after a human error on Saturday.
Robert Mugabe could have been killed like Muammar Gaddafi, his ex-spokesman says.
Swanbots are taking to the waters of Singapore in order to test the quality of its reservoirs' drinking water.
Top seed Rafael Nadal progresses to the Australian Open second round with a routine win, but eighth seed Jack Sock goes out.
The vehicle was left suspended above the ground, but both people in it survived the crash.
Benjamin Netanyahu becomes first Israeli PM to visit India in more than a decade.
A teacher and 11 children were slashed at a school in Perm as two boys fought with knives.
The French actress said she was sorry if she had offended victims of what she called "hideous acts".
People had to swim to safety after a fire broke out on a boat near New Port Richey, north of Tampa.
The double bombing in the centre of the Iraqi capital is the second in three days.
The cause of the collapse remains unclear but there are reports of casualties.
The comedian said he believed his encounter with the woman had been "completely consensual".
The meeting comes after the North agreed to send a delegation to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games.
The blaze blanketed the city with smoke, prompting many locals to post images online.