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Scientists, politicians and celebrities say the physicist's death leaves an "intellectual vacuum".
A diplomatic spat erupts after Australia says white farmers need "help from a civilised country".
A small Australian town has campaigned to spare the family of four from removal to Sri Lanka.
A protest against moves to regenerate the port city of Colón continues a day after it turned violent.
Phone companies agree to turn off mobile internet for 24 hours in Bali to mark the local New Year.
Students across the US leave classes for 17 minutes to remember victims and call for stricter gun laws.
They are stopping lessons for 17 minutes to remember the 17 people killed in Parkland a month ago.
They have one week to leave Britain after Russia failed to explain the use of a nerve agent against an ex-spy.
Stephen Hawking quiz: How much do you know about scientist Stephen Hawking, his life and his theories?
Six models of the AmazonBasics product have been identified as posing a burns hazard.
A look at key foreign issues on which new Secretary of State Mike Pompeo might sway President Trump.
Her new government is under pressure to get down to business after months of political deadlock.
The alert comes as Kick 'em Jenny, in the eastern Caribbean, shows increased activity.
The Mauritian president is accused of spending thousands on a charity-provided bank card.
From meeting presidents to popes, we look back at some of Professor Hawking's most notable public appearances.
Julius Maada Bio - who once led a military junta in the country - now faces a run-off.
Some 23,000 people were moved in Fano, after the device was found during excavation work.
Despite a crippling illness, Stephen Hawking became one of the most respected scientists of his age.
The search giant follows Facebook in censoring ads for initial coin offerings and trading services.
The move comes a month after the court began examining the Philippine leader's war on drugs.