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The US president is asked to determine whether the crown prince was involved in the Khashoggi murder.
The nation's most restrictive abortion ban is "unequivocally" unconstitutional, a judge rules.
Suicide rates in America are rising, particularly among white, middle-aged men. This summer camp helps families deal with their grief.
As France finds itself in the grip of fuel protests, how will President Macron respond?
The US president provides "unprecedented co-operation" over alleged campaign collusion with Russia.
Cremation is provoking a huge debate in Zimbabwe, bringing cultural and religious beliefs to the fore.
Student photojournalists at the London College of Communication explore issues from around the world.
Scientists in Finland and the UK have built a computer model that visualises groundwater levels in real time.
Shares in the tech giant have dropped 25% since their October peak - so what's the problem?
Many thousands of under-fives have died from deprived diets due to the war, a leading charity warns.
Mosul University is trying to recover from the trauma of war and occupation by the so-called Islamic State.
Airbnb's decision to stop listing the properties is welcomed by Palestinians but condemned by Israel.
When Asako saw her daughter was bullied for not having a dad she hired a man to act out the role. Ten years on, her daughter doesn't know the truth.
Nedim Yasar, 31, dies in Copenhagen after promoting his memoir on how he left a life of crime.
A very 21st Century piece of tech is being called in to save the crumbling Great Wall of China.
Thierry Bolloré will lead the French car maker but Carlos Ghosn remains as chairman and chief executive.
At least 50 people in the US and Canada have been infected, health officials say.
Chicago hospital shooting: 'Hug your children' says victim's father
The bear was rummaging for food in a dumpster in Truckee when it became trapped.
The Stranger Things actor discusses her role as the youngest ever Unicef Goodwill ambassador.