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The Huawei executive's house arrest offers a rare glimpse into the lives of China's elite in Canada
The gunman is arrested after barricading himself and killing five people in the branch, police say.
Canberra says it is seeking access to Yang Hengjun, a prominent blogger, "as a matter of priority".
Certain US states are permitting anonymous baby hatches where newborns can be left as a "last resort".
Celebrated worldwide, he came to prominence as a voice of the revolution fighting white-minority rule.
Victims tell of how the security forces have been cracking down on protesters.
Wag is accused of trying to silence a couple whose dog died on a walk arranged through the app.
Donald Trump's move comes as tens of thousands take part in anti-government protests.
What difference a decade makes in the worlds of politics, entertainment and sport.
The president says he will deliver the State of the Union speech next week despite calls to postpone it.
Images shared on his social media accounts show the president looking noticeably slimmer and neater.
The 1.9km structure spanning the River Gambia is set to revolutionise trade with Senegal.
An etiquette course in an Istanbul municipality advises women not to lick ice cream.
Police in Arizona say they have taken 36-year-old Nathan Sutherland into custody.
The 30 Rock actor will take an anger management class as a part of his discharge agreement.
Illinois police arrested Lawrence Crosby for theft but it turned out to be his own car.
The force asked social media to help them find a woman who had apparently smiled at an officer.
The Haitian-Japanese tennis player's appearance in an advert sparks a conversation over race in Japan.
The Gulf kingdom has ambitious aims for its growing state-backed entertainment sector.
Andre Hanekom's family say he died of suspected poisoning ahead of a hearing where they hoped to clear him.