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The South Korean TV maker has embedded the US firm's film and TV store in its new smart TVs.
Kim Jong-un has begun a three-day visit at the invitation of China's President Xi, state media says.
Self-care apps aim to reduce anxiety and stress and improve our sleep patterns. But do they work?
BBC Sport tells the story of the 1949 plane crash that killed Il Grande Torino, one of the greatest teams in Italian football history.
French author Yann Moix, who is 50 himself, has sparked criticism and outrage with his comments.
Vancouver's unusual approach offers users injection sites, antidotes and even heroin on prescription.
People who hold unauthorised protests face prosecution under plans being drawn up by the government.
Cyntoia Brown said she was a child sex-trafficking victim who killed a Nashville man in self-defence.
Adrianne Haslet-Davis, a dancer who lost her foot in the attack, says she is "completely broken".
Edith Blais and Luca Tacchetto have not been heard from since 15 December, according to family.
The actor denies a charge of indecent assault and battery stemming from a groping allegation in 2016.
Coup attempts in African countries are becoming less frequent.
The World Bank's president is leaving his post three years before his term was due to end.
The government says the situation is under control after armed rebels claimed to have seized power.
A World Anti-Doping Agency team will access the Russian Anti-Doping Agency laboratory nine days after an initial deadline.
New Democratic congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez based her claim on "words that he uses".
Spacey is accused of plying a teenage boy with alcohol before inappropriately touching him.
The congresswoman accuses the president of using "historic dog whistles of white supremacy".
The politician says his appropriation of police and fire service insignia is a sign of respect.
Heavy snow proves deadly in Austria, Germany and Italy, as skiers are warned of avalanches.