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The move paves the way for ratification of the new North American trade agreement.
When Kurtis Kaser's leg got trapped he did not have a phone to call for help - but he did have a knife.
A union says it would boost recruitment but authorities say they won't hire officers from abroad.
A dog that lost the use of one of its legs digs out a baby buried alive in a field in Thailand.
The Russian president says plans for a church on green space in Yekaterinburg should be put to a public vote.
An F-16 jet slams to the ground near a base outside Los Angeles after the pilot ejects.
The 500-year-old Portuguese monument was a navigation landmark on Africa's southwest coast.
Director is "moved" but "sad" to make history as the film festival's first black woman in competition.
France released two brown bears in the Pyrenees - but one has now killed eight sheep in Spain.
Kenyan court rules that Mr Moi illegally seized 53 acres of land from a local chief 36 years ago.
Netta, who won for Israel, reflects on the pressures to succeed since the music competition.
Riad Malki compares Donald Trump's peace efforts to a 'reckless driver' heading for a cliff.
Disappointed voters and small parties - some with extremist views - could disrupt the Queensland poll.
A mining dam could collapse as early as next week, months after a similar disaster killed 230 people.
The feline star dubbed Grumpy Cat for her permanent scowl has died aged seven, her owners say.
The US president reportedly tells top officials he does not want a war with Iran as tensions mount.
Convicted paedophiles could now face 30 years in prison amid outrage over sex abuse by priests.
A single mother almost missed out on a coveted Nasa internship until strangers stepped in to help.
Fans say a [spoiler-free] goodbye to the US sitcom as its final episode airs in the US after 12 years.
Kenyan mothers whose daughters have been killed are joining a national conversation about femicide.