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The interior ministers of Austria and Italy say asylum seekers should be held on board ships.
The well-preserved remains of a wolf pup and a caribou offer glimpses of life 50,000 years ago.
The World Anti-Doping Agency's compliance review committee (CRC) recommends the reinstatement of Russia's anti-doping agency Rusada.
The allegation against the US Supreme Court nominee dates back to when he was a high-school student.
US President Donald Trump reportedly tells staff to move ahead with tariffs on $200bn worth of Chinese goods.
Several far-right protesters were seen giving the banned Nazi salute during violent protests.
Two huge storms are threatening people on opposite sides of the world. Here's how to cope.
Border officials reportedly say cannabis users and entrepreneurs could be banned from US travel.
Uzbek education minister defends teachers after TV accuses them of wearing short skirts in class.
The former Trump campaign chairman has agreed to plead guilty to two criminal charges, US media report.
Botham Shem Jean, 26, was shot dead in his own apartment by an off-duty police officer.
The man alleged to have hacked the UK's health service and Sony Pictures is not real, says Pyongyang.
Satellite images, maps and graphics showing where the category one storm will hit and the impact it is expected to have.
Women talk about why they love their natural hair.
Russians were reportedly caught spying on a Swiss lab involved in the Salisbury poisoning inquiry.
Australians are told to cut fruit open before biting into it after needles are found hidden inside.
The liaison office will allow them to communicate regularly for the first time since the Korean War.
Thousands have evacuated ahead of the category one storm, which is about to make landfall on the south eastern coast of the US.
He is in the Netherlands, hearing from people alleging sexual abuse by Buddhist teachers.
An emergency has been declared and public gatherings banned in Harare after 25 deaths.