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The US-led coalition is criticised in a report on civilian deaths in the battle for the Iraqi city.
The Secretary of State's talk of "interim zones of stability" leaves reporters scratching their heads.
The couple say they are being threatened by anonymous letters from a stalker called "The Watcher".
Firefighters battle a deadly fire at an apartment block in Oakland, California.
State officials have refused to issue the 22-month old with a birth certificate.
Star bond trader ends "family disagreement" with his former firm in $81m (£65m) settlement.
A judge has decided Spain has the authority to investigate alleged crimes by Syria.
The Caiapó say the area where the debris fell is polluted and cursed with the presence of the dead.
A Canadian coin, nicknamed the "big maple leaf", has been stolen from behind bulletproof glass in Germany.
Jeremy Bowen reports on the Iraqis caught in the battle to reclaim from western Mosul from so-called IS.
The federal government is set to table legislation next month to legalise the drug, say reports.
Shailene Woodley agrees a plea deal after being arrested over a Dakota Access pipeline protest.
US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, says nearly 40 countries would skip talks on the subject.
Russia's government is wrong-footed by protesters, many of them young, and an anti-corruption blogger.
Can you choose your race? Emily Maitlis speaks to the US white woman who said she was black.
The president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, offered to speak to Senate committee, says White House.
A powerful storm is expected to bring waves of up to 8m to the Queensland coast.
The great-grandmother still serves breakfast twice a week to her loyal customers in Indiana.
The "big maple leaf" coin, which shows Queen Elizabeth II, weighs 100kg and is made of pure gold.
Bosnian taekwondo champion Kerim Ahmetspahic has set a new record for crushing concrete blocks with his head.