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Officer John Smyly confronted student Zayd Atkinson when he was picking up rubbish by his building.
Taiwan's parliament becomes the first in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage in a landmark ruling.
Fans and fellow wrestlers have been paying tribute, as Ashley died after being taken to hospital.
Israel Folau's contract is terminated by Rugby Australia after he said "hell awaits" gay people in a social media post.
His works range from the famous Louvre Museum pyramid in Paris, to Hong Kong's Bank of China Tower.
The US president outlines a new system designed to favour younger, highly skilled workers.
The former intelligence analyst is held in contempt for again refusing to testify in a Wikileaks inquiry.
Carlos Cardoen is an influential businessman in Chile, but why does the US want him extradited?
"We're all sexist... the first step towards changing the situation is to recognise that."
American photographer Ralph Gibson's vision of the world in black and white.
One of these candidates is expected to make history in Australia's upcoming election.
The secretive Kaka'i religious minority fear for their lives – and they’re finally speaking out about it
A gay couple from Belarus speak out in a country rated as one of the most homophobic in Europe by a leading LGBT organisation.
The charismatic Bob Hawke helped to modernise the economy and was renowned for his love of beer.
Sarah McTernan is sent packing while favourites Russia, Sweden and the Netherlands progress.
Tributes are paid to the man who designed iconic buildings including the pyramid outside the Louvre.
Frédéric Péchier has already been charged with poisoning seven others, but denies any wrongdoing.
The firm will seek certification from the US regulator which grounded the jet after two crashes.
The singer will perform Like A Virgin and a new track during Saturday's final in Tel Aviv, Israel.
A petition, signed by 500,000 fans, is urging HBO to remake series eight with "competent writers".