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US and Swedish citizens went missing two weeks ago investigating unrest in the central Kasai region.
Students at Tsinghua University in Beijing will have to prove they can swim before they graduate.
Andri Ragettli completed five rotations while dipping his head under his body four times.
Helicopters and naval vessels carrying aid are to be despatched as Cyclone Debbie hits Queensland.
Protesters threw missiles and set alight a car in Paris amid anger over the police shooting of a Chinese man.
Iceland's statistics bureau says native pagans are fastest-growing faith.
Sweden boosts maternity care cash amid reports of women forced to drive long distances to give birth.
The homeowner's son shot them with an assault-style rifle after they broke into the house, say police.
The self-styled revolutionary is already serving sentences for attacks in the 1970s and '80s.
The World Health Organization says cases are climbing where immunisation coverage has dropped.
Police in Tennessee swooped on the couple after being alerted to the online advert.
A Dallas bookstore is turning classic titles into clickbait to get people reading
Officials order a televangelist to say sorry to liberals he accused of blasphemy or go off-air.
How do the cast of Fresh Prince look more than 20 years on at their beachside reunion?
Citizens of the ex-Soviet republic of Georgia can now travel to most European countries visa-free.
An Iranian centenarian is standing in local elections to highlight village problems.
A case in Georgia has sparked a debate on what you can and can't give as baby's surname.
As the International Space Station passes over Australia, the full scale of Cyclone Debbie comes into view.
Police say they were attacked by the Chinese national, but his family says he did not injure anyone.
Environmentalists warn Mr Trump's order will have serious consequences at home and abroad.