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The rapper says she has "better educated" herself amid a human rights backlash.
The self-made Texan billionaire and business pathfinder who twice ran for president.
Denmark plans controls on popular influencers after an Instagram star posted a suicide note.
Princess Hassa bint Salman allegedly ordered her bodyguard to beat up a workman but was not in court.
His talent agency dominated the pop music industry in Japan for decades.
Members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria are demanding their leader is released from jail.
Top Democrats have called for Mr Acosta to quit over his handling of previous charges against Epstein.
The mayor of Addis Ababa says criminals use them to rob people.
Texas billionaire and independent candidate Ross Perot speaks at a presidential debate in 1992.
A Florida headteacher told a parent he could not say the Holocaust was "a factual, historical event".
Blogger Yang Hengjun has not been heard from since being arrested for "endangering national security".
The business pioneer twice ran for president as an independent in the 1990s.
Sir Kim will no longer attend a White House meeting with Ivanka Trump on Tuesday, the BBC has been told.
Satellite pictures shows how the 7.1 magnitude earthquake changed the landscape.
The South American officials were found guilty of killing left-wing activists, including Italians.
The former leader quit amid violent discontent during the country's 2001 crisis.
Matteo Salvini attends the closure of Sicily's Mineo centre, which once housed over 4,000 people.
The artefact was sold for £4.7m last week, despite Egypt warning it was probably stolen.
At least one person has been killed after heavy rain damaged roads and buildings.
They are back on home soil after their victory in France on Sunday.