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Gulf countries might 'ultimately, simply disengage from Qatar', a UAE spokesman says.
Banks, retailers, energy firms and Kiev airport say they have been targeted by malware attacks.
German Muslim girls say they were racially abused in Poland while learning about the Holocaust.
This stunning basketball court is nestled between buildings in an otherwise standard suburb of Paris.
A Dutch appeal court finds the state 30% liable for 350 deaths in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.
Nitcharee, 21, landed the job of 'happiness observer' in a hospital six years after losing her legs.
The US-led coalition says it is looking into reports that more than 40 prisoners are among the dead.
Donald Trump Jr called the network "fake news" after it published the now retracted article.
A new bill passed by the House aims to make singing the anthem "with fervour" compulsory.
The university in north-eastern Nigeria has repeatedly been attacked by Boko Haram militants.
More must be done to protect key transport routes like the Panama and Suez canals, researchers warn.
The US called for the jailed Nobel laureate, who has terminal cancer, to be given "genuine freedom".
German MPs press for a vote on legalising same-sex marriage before the September election.
A former supporter of France's far-right is accused of helping an Iranian man reach the UK by boat.
The European Commission penalises the US tech giant for illegally favouring its own shopping service.
The defence secretary said the government would support 'proportionate' military action
The actor's ex-managers allege he knew he was breaking the law when bringing his dogs into Australia.
China accuses Indian border guards of obstructing activities by Chinese troops at the Nathu La pass.
The US president and his policies "are broadly unpopular around the globe", a wide new survey says.
Syria is planning another chemical attack, the US says, warning it would pay a "heavy price".