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They shared a video of one of them giving money to the life-size cutout of an officer in Sri Lanka.
A woman who defied a religious ban sparking two days of protests says she has 'no fear'.
Top lawmakers meet the president in a bid to resolve the wall dispute and reopen the US government.
The highly-decorated platoon leader plans to plead not guilty to the killing and other charges.
Lorries and two diggers are used to steal €2.3m in a highway robbery in southern Italy.
It is predicted to be the worst storm to hit southern Thailand in 30 years.
US network CBS says it has rejected a request by Egypt not to air an interview with its president.
US employers add 312,000 jobs in December, far more than expected.
A Chinese robotic rover is getting its wheels dirty after rolling off its landing craft and onto the lunar surface.
Lawmakers have arrived in Washington DC to be sworn in, and they're a more diverse group than ever before.
TV docuseries Surviving R Kelly tells the story of the R&B singer through the experiences of his accusers.
Hundreds have gathered after Friday prayers to demand an end to the rule of President Omar al-Bashir.
Police believe fish being cooked may have caused the death of 11-year-old Cameron Jean-Pierre.
"I believe in second chances... you should host the Oscars," she said, after December's homophobic tweet scandal.
The remains of an ancient warrior in Kazakhstan are to be sealed in a time capsule.
Australia cricket captain Tim Paine answers a reporter's phone during a news conference in Sydney.
Ultra-nationalists say German police are not doing enough to curb crimes by asylum seekers.
The former US Marine has been detained in Russia on suspicion of spying.
Two employees are reportedly demoted over a social media post displaying "via Twitter for iPhone".
A large manhunt is underway for a white male who shot dead seven-year-old Jazmine Barnes.