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A rap song in praise of Moscow becomes the most-disliked Russian video on YouTube before its removal.
He is alleged to have stolen some $90,000 worth of the highly Instagrammable Lady M Confections pastries.
Some period-tracking apps are sharing intimate details with Facebook, says Privacy International.
Scientists from La Paz estimate that regeneration of the local ecosystem will take about 300 years.
She was on trial for entering a football stadium disguised as a man - a punishable offence in Iran.
The BBC confronts a British paedophile, who breached strict court orders by fleeing to Bulgaria.
The mole had high-level Kremlin access but was pulled amid fears their cover could be blown, reports say.
A judge approves Jamie Spears' request to be relieved of his role as Britney's conservator.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson confirms acting friend is recovering from accident.
The ex-Alaska governor and her husband found it "impossible to live together", court documents show.
The US commerce chief had threatened firings at the federal weather agency, the New York Times says.
The singer's legal team claimed the holocaust-denying AI's name implied a link with the singer.
The intense blazes in Queensland mark the worst start to the fire season on record say authorities.
The charismatic Chinese businessman led Alibaba to become one of the world's biggest internet firms.
Hours after the comments North Korea launched two short-range projectiles off its east coast.
Global Commission calls for trillions of dollars to help the world adapt to climate change.
The Global Commission on Adaptation - a group of 34 leaders in politics, business and science say the world urgently needs to be made more "climate change resilient".
When Lisa became an amputee, she noticed the lack of support for amputees. She decided to do something about it.
The BBC finds evidence entire villages in Rakhine, Myanmar, have been replaced by relocation camps.
Women get some top posts in Italy’s new government, signalling that macho politics is out of favour.