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Seventy years after India and Pakistan won their independence, why are relations still tense?
An active duty soldier was preparing for a promotion ceremony, but now his plans are in chaos.
Maine Police arrest a man in a clown mask who taped a machete to the stump of his amputated arm.
A second attempt by Senate Republicans to repeal parts of Obamacare fails to gain enough support.
The move comes as President Maduro rejects calls to cancel a vote for a new constituent assembly.
Sweden's government appears on the brink of falling - so what led to the crisis?
Italy's health minister warns against water rationing in the city as the drought bites.
Village dubbed the "Maldives of Milan" is being turned into an "open air toilet", residents say.
A video showing a group of friends swimming in the Verzasca river has inspired hundreds of tourists.
The highest court ruled that the community was not adequately consulted on the oil and gas project.
Three quarters of US Muslims say President Trump is "unfriendly toward" them, Pew research suggests.
A California man is charged with smuggling after the snakes were intercepted by customs officers.
More than 600 items will visit 14 different cities in Europe and the US, starting later this year.
A teenager in Multan is raped by order of a village council after her brother was accused of rape.
Canada says it does not take revocation lightly but it is necessary in cases of fraud.
The energy secretary thought the Ukrainian prime minister was on the line - but he was being fooled.
Australian Justine Damond called 911 and was shot and killed by police less than an hour later.
Wildfires in south-eastern France have forced the evacuation of 10,000 people overnight, officials say.
The US president cites "tremendous medical costs and disruption".
He is said to be part of a gang accused of laundering billions of dollars using the digital currency.