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The Charlottesville "Unite the Right" organiser wins approval to hold a rally in Washington DC.
Religious leaders and judges demand authorities revoke Trump International Hotel's liquor licence.
In a letter, Nikki Haley says the groups worked to "thwart reform" of the UN human rights council.
As Zimbabwe heads towards election season, have Robert Mugabe's supporters really turned into democrats?
Female former employees tell the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme the behaviour was widespread.
Almost half of Turkey's expat voters have already cast their vote, as President Erdogan eyes greater power.
Clifin Francis took a bike to meet his hero and is now just days away from Moscow.
Why has this been happening? Why now? We explain the context of why migrant families are being separated.
Daniel Mirera has been writing upside down since he was a child.
Hollywood celebrities threaten to leave Fox over its news channel's partisan coverage of US politics.
Both mobile and fixed internet lines were shut off for two hours nationwide during key school tests.
Iran defender Milad Mohammadi's failed throw-in against Spain has commentators and social media in hysterics.
Vader - his real name Leon White - passed away following a severe case of pneumonia.
President Trump claimed on Tuesday that Canadian are sneaking goods across the border. We asked Canadians if they had anything to confess...
A leak shows the company at the heart of the scandal couldn't identify owners of most firms involved.
Two women competing for a congressional seat in Pennsylvania say they are motivated by the #MeToo movement.
A family lawyer says smart phones can be "a lethal weapon in the hands of the wrong child".
IGTV allows users to create long-form videos in portrait mode that can be up to an hour long.
Burger King offering a reward to women who get pregnant by players adds to wave of sexism.
Scientists create pigs that are immune to one of the world's costliest livestock diseases.