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It's just under a week until the US goes to the polls to pick its new Congress. So what are the burning issues?
A law against pretending to be a witch is set to be repealed, but not before two women are charged.
Tehran allegedly planned to kill an Iranian member of an Arab separatist movement, Denmark says.
Mouna Guebla, 30, was an unemployed English graduate from the eastern region of Mahdia.
James 'Whitey' Bulger, the Boston gangster whose life inspired films, was reportedly killed in jail.
Maggot cheese, bull penis, French cheese - food museum challenges what you think of as 'disgusting'.
The president wants to end the right of people born in the US to be citizens but he's wrong about a few things.
Security concerns delay a convoy carrying aid for 50,000 civilians stranded on the Jordanian border.
All Boeings 737-Max 8 in Indonesia are targeted, after one crashed into the sea with 189 on board.
The president and first lady will arrive in Pittsburgh later amid some controversy over their visit.
The couple who fell to their deaths had blogged about their love for travel and each other.
Denmark's PM responds after a White House report criticising living standards in Nordic countries.
Angela Merkel was once dubbed the Queen of Germany. These are three key moments from her career.
The president's pledge, days before the election, may not be within his powers - read our mid-terms round-up.
A vet in Portugal is using washing machines to house stray cats in her home town.
Italy's economy stalls as growth in the 19-country eurozone slows to just 0.2% in the third quarter.
Rabbi Loren Jacobs led prayers in the name of "Jesus the Messiah" at a Republican campaign rally.
The man gave away tickets to foreigners after developing a fear of asking them for money.
A pregnant woman, two toddlers, and a baby are among the fatalities along the popular Garden Route.
A dry dock sinks, sending a crane crashing down on the deck and leaving one ship-worker missing.