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The military strike, reportedly in Libya, follows a deadly attack on Coptic Christians.
A 13-year-old girl was handed the "most likely to become a terrorist" award by her teacher.
A court blocks the Kenyan government's plan to evict hunter-gatherers from their ancestral land.
The underground pipeline is seen as cost-effective and eco-friendly for a major festival.
The government order comes after President Pierre Nkurunziza launched a campaign "to moralise society".
Text messages shed light on the last moments of those trapped as the South Korean ship sank.
Flooding and mudslides caused by monsoon rains leave at least 91 dead and more than 100 missing.
In the Philippines, one in 10 teenagers aged 15-19 are already mothers. This hospital has one of the world's largest maternity wards.
She shot to viral fame after citing the Geneva Conventions on a school feedback form.
Campaigners say 'hundreds' have complained about their details being used to post fake comments.
Men claim discrimination after a cinema scheduled women-only screenings of the superhero film.
The UN says aid agencies are struggling to cope with the huge numbers of people arriving in Uganda after fleeing civil war in South Sudan.
Sydney is lighting up its landmarks in stunning colours for a light festival.
World Economic Forum says the looming pensions crisis is the financial equivalent of climate change.
Mario Testino is auctioning off his private collection of art to raise money for his museum in Peru.
Parents could be fined up to €2,500 for not getting their children vaccinated, amid a measles surge.
The girl dragged into water by a sea lion in Canada suffered a 10cm wound, her father says.
At least 15 Afghan soldiers killed in Taliban attack on base in Kandahar province
Gunmen opened fire on the bus in Minya province, south of Cairo, as it headed to a church.
Scientists say something in their genes protects their hearts against disease.