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"Shocking" killing of aid workers is causing charities to re-assess famine relief in South Sudan.
Police are investigating whether the body could be that of a missing Dublin-based woman.
Engineers will be allowed to do any work necessary to ensure the Tabqa dam continues to function.
A Moscow court rules the Kremlin critic resisted police orders during protests on Sunday.
An adult and a child were in a car hit on an unmanned level crossing near Harlingen, reports say.
Turkmenistan relaunches cheerier Asian Games canine mascot.
The first ballots are cast by Turkish citizens living in six European countries.
Actress Samira Wiley met writer Lauren Morelli on the set of the US prison drama.
Campaigners say the rescued dogs would otherwise have ended up being consumed by humans.
India's Team Indus is one of five groups in a race to put a privately funded spacecraft on the Moon.
The mayor of Medellin says the rapper should not have laid flowers at the grave of Pablo Escobar.
The musician was held after a new song criticising the president was circulated on social media.
Jared Kushner is expected to lead a new White House unit aimed at reforming the US bureaucracy.
Eighteen are accused of offences carried out by a far-right gang known as the White Wolves Klan.
The two technicians are suspected of tampering with the escalator after the incident.
Opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, one of hundreds held, appears at court in Moscow.
An Australian university has asked amateur stargazers to help find a possible ninth planet.
The case has shocked Singapore, with some saying online that the jail sentences are too lenient.
A row over leggings being worn on flights is just the tip of the iceberg in yoga-pant controversies.
About 70 students and teachers were said to be in the area at the time.