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The Department of Homeland Security has reportedly drafted an executive order to curb the policy.
Denmark's players paid for a private jet so defender Jonas Knudsen could fly home and see his new-born daughter after the World Cup win over Peru.
War crimes were committed by both sides in Syria's Eastern Ghouta region, investigators say.
Republicans scramble to draft a new bill after uproar over migrant children being caged alone.
Under the new so-called "Stop Soros" law, anyone who helps asylum seekers faces a year in jail.
The RemoveDebris satellite will trial technologies for snaring broken hardware drifting in orbit.
The children were supposed to eat at a restaurant in the mall but were denied entry.
Fans grapple with how to remember XXXTentacion as conspiracy theories circulate.
"Do you hear the babies crying?" activists shouted at the homeland security secretary.
The move comes after President Donald Trump imposed steep duties on steel and aluminium in May.
The militants killed at least 30 Afghan soldiers in their first major attacks since a temporary truce.
The Italian clothing firm is condemned for using images of migrants rescued at sea.
One of the largest crypto-currency exchanges says thieves have seized $31.6m worth of its funds.
Relatives grow desperate as hopes dwindle of finding more survivors in Sumatra's vast Lake Toba.
How video of a 13-year-old Kenyan schoolgirl singing an Alicia Keys song has gone viral on social media.
Hundreds of fans lay candles, flowers and teddy bears near the site where the rapper was shot dead.
The military says jets struck 25 militant targets after rocket and mortar fire from the Gaza Strip.
The national inquiry into workplace behaviour is unprecedented globally, the government says.
One of the nation's greatest golfers, he won numerous accolades including five Open Championships.
They've done it again - Japan fans amuse and impress by cleaning up after their team's opening match at the World Cup.