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Australian leaders plead for people to stay safe as Cyclone Debbie intensifies off Queensland.
Ms Park is accused of allowing her close friend Choi Soon-sil to extort money from big firms.
Mortar shells sparked a major fire in the Nabi Yunus market in east Mosul.
After years of protest, the University of Melbourne has removed the name of a controversial figure.
Wajiha Arooj wins a 17-year legal battle over reputational damage she says had a huge effect on her life.
The couple who lost each other after India's partition only to reunite as refugees queuing for food.
It is unclear why the Australian permanent resident cannot leave Guangzhou, his university says.
Five hundred people have come from Turkey to Chios, Greece, in the past two weeks alone.
Photographs of the young girls banned from attending school
Tens of thousands called for an end to the two-year conflict that has left thousands dead.
They say the Pinochet-era privatised pension system is unfair and punishes poorer Chileans.
US-backed forces storm Tabqa airport as they advance on Raqqa, the self-declared capital of IS.
Exit polls predict a win for the centre-right GERB party, with the rival Socialists admitting defeat.
The US carrier is criticised as activist says two girls were barred from flying for wearing leggings.
Major oil producers consider a six-month extension to production cuts in a fresh bid to boost prices.
Six humanitarians are murdered in the worst such incident since the civil war began, UN says.
Thousands of people take to the street of Moscow, calling for the resignation of the prime minister over corruption allegations.
Hundreds were detained in the protests against the tax on "social parasites".
There is said to be panic and confusion in the Syrian city, a stronghold of the Islamic State group.
Capsize in September killed at least 200 people who had been crammed aboard a fishing vessel.