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It is a rare admission by authorities that local jihadists are working with international groups.
A historic summit calls for a formal body to represent Australia's first inhabitants in parliament.
The deal to extend output cuts agreed by energy ministers in Vienna fails to impress financial markets.
A man fatally stabbed another guest at a wedding after being mocked for his singing performance.
US Republican Greg Gianforte, accused of 'body slamming' a reporter, wins special congressional election in Montana
Bangladeshi Islamist groups said the statue of Themis - the goddess of justice - hurt religious sentiment.
Doctors in Brazil are experimenting with a new treatment for burns by using fish skin.
Leaders of the world's major economies will discuss trade, security and climate change.
The 9.15km bridge connects the disputed state of Arunachal Pradesh with Assam in north-east India.
A distress signal spotted in a remote region prompts fears that someone could be missing.
John Kerry joked about Americans learning Russian, but global politics do influence languages studied.
Foreign climbers and Sherpas on Mount Everest are concerned about the increasing theft of oxygen bottles from high camps.
How English footballer Stanley Matthews conquered Ghana
Australians have been transfixed by Schapelle Corby's case for years - now she is heading home.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
Eddie Maher went on the run after driving off with £1.2m in a Securicor van. Remarkably, he kept it up for 19 years taking a wife and children from one US city to another.
The Strictly finalist stars in a new version of the Hollywood classic On The Town.
Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner is under FBI scrutiny as part of the Russia probe, media report.
EU sceptic Ted Malloch never was a candidate, officials in Washington say.
Malta has tried to shake off claims it is the "Panama of the EU" - but the EU is worried about its tax system.