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Six siblings of Arizona Republican Paul Gosar endorse his rival in a brutal new TV campaign.
The children were playing near a police station when the bomb blast happened, witnesses say.
Several civilians are killed in a gun attack during an Iranian military parade, state media say.
Christine Blasey Ford's lawyer accuses senators of "arbitrary" deadlines over the Kavanaugh hearing.
The US says Assad Ahmad Barakat has laundered money for the Lebanese militant group in South America.
What could Venezuela's government learn from these five historic cases of hyperinflation?
Cary Fukunaga and stars Emma Stone and Justin Theroux discuss the mind-bending Maniac.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
The pop icon, designer, actress says she "couldn't be more proud" to take on the government role.
Founded in 1780, Hicky's Bengal Gazette notoriously dogged the most powerful men in India.
Raja Bushra says poetry enables her and others to openly express the challenges of life in Sudan.
Quebec's Liberal leader is pilloried for his awry estimate on working families' grocery budgets.
The deputy US attorney general denies a report he suggested secretly recording President Trump.
The death is thought to be the second in the nation while using the popular electric scooters.
Dozens of people have died after a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria in Tanzania.
Erik Solheim is criticised for risking the UN's reputation by extensive use of expensive air travel.
The experiment may give insights into how social species have evolved, US scientists suggest.
The president demands "date, time and place" of the sexual assault Brett Kavanaugh is accused of.
A judge temporarily allows the screening of a film about a lesbian love affair ahead of the Oscars.
Franco Mulakkal is accused of repeatedly raping a Kerala nun, sparking unprecedented angry protests.