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One woman lost five members of her family, including her husband, after the illegal alcohol was served at a mourning event.
Muddy waters from floods in northern Australia blanket parts of the World Heritage site.
The UK and US governments have announced a £25m upgrade to the machines that detected gravitational waves.
A teacher and a pupil at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School gave people a focal point for their grief and curiosity.
Late risers have poorer attention, slower reactions and increased sleepiness, a study suggests.
Why asteroids and volcanoes aren't the greatest problems facing life on Earth.
A selection of photographs from around the African continent this week.
It's the weekly news quiz - have you been paying attention to what's been going on in the world during the past seven days?
In the wake of the #MeToo movement, apps are helping victims gather and share evidence.
The president is a few pounds heavier and taking a higher dose of cholesterol medicine, his doctor says.
Allegations of political interference have turned into a major headache for the Canadian PM.
Chile will join Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay in making a joint bid to host the 2030 World Cup.
People are trying to recreate comedy roasts online and getting it horribly wrong. What are the rules?
Mr Trump will declare national emergency to fund his major campaign promise of a US-Mexico border wall.
Rudolph ‘Blaze’ Ingram has his sights set on smashing Usain Bolt’s 100m world record.
What do you know about Africa's most-populous nation and largest economy?
Unable to play as often as he'd like, the president has installed a simulator in his private quarters.
The lawmaker was annoyed at being ignored by staff but later returned to the supermarket to pay.
Canada's top court reversed the acquittal of a teacher who took pictures of his students' cleavage.
Archaeologists reveal, on Valentine's Day, a painting of the man who fell in love with himself.