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Authorities in Indonesia's Aceh province are enforcing an ever stricter version of Sharia law.
The agency cites erosion of financial strength over the coming years for its re-assessment.
President Duterte's warning comes after soldiers clashed with militants in the southern Philippines.
The accident took place in Uttarakhand state as the victims were returning from a shrine.
This is the third leg of US President Donald Trump's first oversees trip since his inauguration.
Flamingos expend less energy standing on one leg than in a two-legged stance, scientists confirm.
Concertgoers return to venues as Simple Minds say cancelling their show would have felt "cowardly".
A long-awaited report into the city's deadly cafe siege in 2014 will be handed down on Wednesday.
As the political crisis in Venezuela deepens, more parents choose not to send their children to school.
Hundreds of delegates gather at Uluru to discuss formally recognising Australia's first inhabitants.
A charismatic young lawyer on the run from police is leading the charge against caste oppression.
Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones swaps his smartphone for the retro Nokia 3310 for a day.
Mexico is the world's fourth largest car exporter, but could Donald Trump bring this to an end?
The victim's family said those pushing the report have "a transparent political agenda or are a sociopath".
Young Ariana Grande fans describe the panic inside the Manchester Arena when a bomb went off on Monday night.
President Duterte takes action after deadly clashes between soldiers and militants on Mindanao island.
There have been plenty of talking points from Donald Trump's first foreign trip: here are a few.
Real Madrid agree to pay a reported £38m for 16-year-old Flamengo forward Vinicius Junior, who joins them in 2019.
Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus chosen as new boss of the World Health Organization
Germany changes a "difficult" school English exam, said to include Prince Harry "mumbling".