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Two Australian police officers are disciplined after using a counter-terror boat on a surf trip.
The Islamic State group says it carried out twin blasts targeting wedding guests north of Baghdad.
Hunters tackle an influx of wild boars in evacuated towns near the Japanese nuclear accident site.
Legal officials say the new order is essentially the same as the first, calling it "Muslim Ban 2.0".
Their departure came despite a N Korean tit-for-tat ban with Malaysia after Kim Jong-nam's murder.
As millions await the birth of April the giraffe's calf, her impersonator gives birth first.
Actress Nicole Kidman reveals why she clapped in such a weird way at this year's ceremony.
The phenomenon is luring sightseers with the stunning colour, and it's completely natural.
The government says the "change in trends" is a result of Donald Trump's tough immigration policies.
A passenger was deemed "threatening" after he became enraged at a $12 charge for a blanket.
A hospital in India says Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty, from Egypt, has lost 100kg after the operation.
Lee Jae-Yong again denied wrongdoing in a case which led to the impeachment of South Korea's president.