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Gustavo Dudamel confirms his US tour with Venezuela's National Youth Orchestra has been cancelled.
An extensive manhunt was under way for 22-year-old Younes Abouyaaqoub.
The inquiry will look at "all related accidents at sea", US Defence Secretary James Mattis says.
Cambridge University Press restores access to sensitive China stories after academics protest.
James Dresnok was believed to be the last living US soldier to defect, crossing the DMZ in 1962.
The monuments are symbols of "modern white supremacy and neo-Nazism", the school's president says.
US consulates will no longer issue visas to Russians - only the Moscow embassy will do so.
People hug and chant "no terrorism" on the street where people were killed in last week's attack.
The Spanish woman was being wheeled out of a lift when it began moving upwards, reports say.
Twitter users hope The Day the Clown Cried may be released in the wake of the comic's death.
South Africa's main opposition party accuses the government of protecting its "dodgy friends".
An official charter gives the president's wife duties but no formal "first lady" role.
This is the moment Big Ben chimed for the last time before major restoration work starts.
TV claims that instructions for the voting app come from the top of Russian politics.
Film crews are shooting scenes for a new Godzilla film in the historic streets of Mexico's capital.
A mobile application is set to launch in northeast China for people seeking that VIP touch.
The guided missile destroyer USS John S McCain was sailing east of Singapore when a collision with a Liberian-flagged tanker occurred.
How a moment of pure chance turned a bread-seller into a national celebrity and model in Nigeria.
Danish inventor Peter Madsen has said that he "buried" missing reporter Kim Wall at sea, police say.
The northern city was once a strategic IS supply route between Mosul and the Syrian border.