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A budget request was made to refund the militants for food and lodging at peace talks, says an aide.
An opinion poll will now be held to ascertain whether or not be build a church in a popular park.
The former Australian prime minister, who dominated the country's politics in the 1980s, has died aged 89.
Lilium says the craft, which had its first test flight this month, could travel 300km in an hour.
The climate activists say using the Nord Stream 2 as a halfpipe is "more fun than fossil fuel".
A Venezuelan ambassador says that government officials are holding talks with the opposition in Oslo.
A 10-year-old singer wins a Russian TV talent show thanks to thousands of fraudulent votes.
US-China tensions have risen after President Trump imposed measures widely thought to target Huawei.
Missouri lawmakers have voted to ban nearly all abortions, fuelling the debate over women’s rights.
Up to a million shoes are among the tide of plastic debris washed up on an Australian island say scientists.
Ex-King Albert II will be fined €5,000 a day if he refuses the test in a paternity claim.
It is believed the 19-year-old was lured to an address to collect free clothes for her unborn baby.
Prosecutions are announced in four countries over the scam, which hit thousands of bank accounts.
Bill de Blasio is the latest Democrat to enter the ever more crowded race for the presidency.
Some people claim the "OK" sign has turned into a white nationalist symbol. What is behind that?
Five kittens are found inside a steel column on board a truck which travelled across California.
The charismatic Labor prime minister for much of the 1980 has died, his family announces.
The Ohio school, next to a closed nuclear plant, is contaminated with radioactive chemicals.
Josu Ternera, wanted over deadly Eta attacks, went on the run in 2002.
Canada sent tonnes of rubbish wrongly labelled as recyclable and then missed a deadline to retrieve it.