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Morgan Roof also posted on social media that she hoped students calling for gun reforms "get shot".
The Vatican admits blurring part of a letter by former Pope Benedict XVI that was released to media.
The firm behind Marmite, Pot Noodle and Dove soap chooses Rotterdam over London for its headquarters.
Finland topples Norway as world's happiest country, while Burundi is the least happy in a UN ranking.
The Kremlin attacks Britain's "irresponsible" position over the case of a poisoned ex-spy.
Marielle Franco was a vocal critic of police violence and the military deployment in the favelas.
A small town's only baker was open for business every day last summer, breaking strict labour rules.
The move follows the closure of 700 churches for breaking building regulations and noise pollution
The animal was found stuck at one of the barrages on the Ganges river in Uttarakhand state.
Trade and Brexit are expected to be discussed when the two leaders meet at the White House.
The family said Ei-ichi Negishi, 82, and his wife may have become disorientated while driving.
The World Health Organization is to assess the potential risks of plastic in drinking water.
The firm is suspected of asking suppliers to bear costs for selling products at discounted rates, reports say.
The estate of the iconic book's author Harper Lee says the adaption differs too much from the novel.
The White House says the UK's expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats is a "just response" to an "abhorrent attack".
Pierce Brosnan tells Indian officials a mouth freshener brand misled him about its harmful effects.
Monalisa Perez shot her boyfriend through a thick book, which failed to stop the bullet last June.
The draft bill exempts banks with less than $250bn in assets from strict oversight under the Dodd-Frank Act.
Perumal Murugan makes a comeback after he declared his writing 'dead' to protest right-wing attacks.
A retired teacher who travels alone gets Chinese people talking about seizing freedom in old age.