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The former soldier will seek the Democratic Party's nomination to run in Maryland in November.
Scientists solve Darwin's "abominable mystery": How flowers rapidly evolved and spread across the globe.
The worker was seized after peace talks with the government broke down because of other ELN attacks.
A warning was broadcast urging people on the island to take shelter.
Amid a row about equal pay, Mark Wahlberg has donated the money he earned from a reshoot to Time's Up.
President Emmanuel Macron says the French baguette should be listed as a Unesco cultural treasure.
Hawaiians receive a text warning of a ballistic missile threat but officials later say it was a mistake.
Activists from a South African opposition party vandalise H&M clothing stores after a racism row.
The president, 71, gets a clean bill of health after his first medical since entering the White House.
Can a series of scorching summers be blamed on climate change, and what do they tell us?
The Japanese ex-crime boss captured because of his ink and other stories that could've passed you by.
Yuan Meng, a five-month-old panda cub, draws visitors from all over France for his public debut.
The first panda ever born in France has gone on display to the public.
Milos Zeman is in front as votes are counted, but the election is expected to go to a second round.
Health workers in Eastern Ghouta say six people were treated for breathing problems
Actor Liam Neeson told RTE he felt there was a now witch hunt around sexual harassment in Hollywood.
A social media message containing "racist references" posted by Russian club Spartak Moscow "shows a shocking level of ignorance", says the chief of anti-discriminatory body Fare.
The new head of South Africa's ruling party Cyril Ramaphosa vows to tackle corruption and the economy.
The French president wants the country's famous loaf on a list of worldwide cultural treasures.
Thirty-two of 40 children were rescued after the boat overturned near Mumbai, reports say.