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Linda Liukas wants to show children that writing code for computers can be magical.
Officials allegedly sold thousands of people fraudulent documents - and the right to work in the EU.
Georgia’s battle for the governor’s mansion reflects changing US demographics - and the women behind it.
Lyneth Mann-Lewis was been reunited with her son, 31 years after he was abducted.
The partially-built new airport for Mexico City was fiercely opposed by Andres Manuel López Obrador.
Female members of Japan's royal family have to surrender their title if they marry a commoner.
Real Madrid dismiss Julen Lopetegui as manager after four and a half months and following Sunday's 5-1 thrashing by Barcelona.
The president has called the migrant caravan approaching the US an "invasion".
The White House says it is "outrageous" to suggest Mr Trump was responsible for a synagogue attack.
Jermaine Allan Mann was allegedly abducted by his father as a toddler and was found living in the US.
Hatice Cengiz was set to marry the Saudi writer before he was killed in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
The dual US-Saudi citizen was seized by Kurdish forces in Syria in 2017 and then transferred to Iraq.
Bulgarian police will protect a Soviet Army monument from graffiti artists.
A pilot's log for the jet that crashed in Indonesia suggests an instrument problem on a previous flight.
The hip-hop artist, 34, was killed in his native New Orleans in the early hours of Monday.
As we learn who was on board, many have focused on a poignant image in the debris of a couple on a bridge.
As the German chancellor announces she is stepping down, take a look back at the photos documenting her career.
Teenagers who live in the Pittsburgh community reeling from a synagogue attack reflect and demand change.
Nine people are injured in the blast, which police suspect was a terrorist attack.
Uzbek deputy PM sacked for making farmers stand in an irrigation ditch.