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A 74-year-old man remains in custody after an officer was killed and six more injured.
When an Australian filmmaker was jailed in Cambodia, his adopted daughter set about returning a favour.
Her lawyers reportedly hit out at an "outrageous" interview in which Johnny Depp denied abusing her.
A tiny chip added to server circuit boards helped Chinese spies steal corporate data, Bloomberg says.
There are calls for a US Supreme Court nominee to take a lie detector test. But do they work?
Dutch security services expelled four Russians over a cyber-attack plot. Here's what we know so far.
The spectacle was held to mark China's national day.
Officials say government critic Jamal Khashoggi is not at the Istanbul consulate where he was last seen.
The army says it wants to make sure its soldiers stay safe so that they can defend the country.
Netflix accounts for 15% of global internet traffic, suggests a report looking at bandwidth usage.
Dutch security services expelled four Russians over a plot in April targeting the chemical weapons watchdog OPCW.
India deports seven Rohingya men to Myanmar, despite appeals that doing so puts them at risk.
A bank manager who took €1m from his richest clients to give to the needy narrowly escapes prison.
There are 1,367 families in homeless accommodation in Dublin, latest figures show.
The insurer AIG claims Pascal Duvier and his security firm acted "negligently" in Paris.
Teenager Prithvi Shaw becomes the youngest Indian to make a century on his Test debut on day one of the first Test against West Indies in Rajkot.
Rosmah Mansor is known for her love of designer handbags and lavish spending habits.