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The camp near the Iraqi border made up most of the last patch of land held by the jihadist group.
France's top Catholic cleric was given a six-month suspended sentence for failing to report abuse.
Premchai Karnasuta was seen with hunting gear and carcasses of protected species in a national park.
Nursultan Nazarbayev, 78, became leader of oil-rich Kazakhstan in 1990.
Tourist haunts that run drink promotions face fines in the resort city of Palma, as do rowdy visitors.
Its English website, which has been taken offline, told people to take the 'Sakai muscle line'.
The letter was found in a getaway car and prosecutors say terrorism is still a possible motive.
A 50km-wide stretch of land in central Mozambique is under water, an aerial survey has shown.
One of the highest prizes for mathematics is awarded to Prof Karen Uhlenbeck for her ground-breaking work.
The woman in China suffered liver, kidney, heart and lung damage and spent days in intensive care.
The Norwegian firm, which employs 35,000 people worldwide, has switched to manual controls at some plants.
The aviation giant tells airlines it will have new software to control the controversial MCAS system.
Japan's 2020 Olympics chief Tsunekazu Takeda quits over corruption allegations relating to Tokyo's winning bid to host the Games.
Officials in Mumbai, India, believe they may have uncovered a smuggling ring linked to a clinic.
Experts say people aged 18 are still going through changes in the brain that can affect behaviour.
Australia's PM asks that G20 leaders discuss "unrestricted" social media in the wake of the NZ attacks.
New Zealand prime minister says person who attacked mosques should not be given notoriety.
Rescue teams have arrived in Mozambique where as many as 1,000 people could have died following Cyclone Idai.
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has vowed to never use the Christchurch attacker's name.
Australian Jason Colton carried out the "vicious" attack on a guest who could not pay the bill.