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The man, who is in the process of applying for a green card, was turned over to immigration officials.
Mr Trump denies that his wife is "near death", had a "facelift" or is a victim of "abuse".
The move comes a day after the prime minister said there was evidence of "unprecedented" violations.
The man in Bangladesh sold land to buy fabric for the flag, which is now almost 5.5km long.
Donald Trump frees a great-grandmother jailed for two decades after a plea by Kim Kardashian.
The US president's lawyer says North Korea's leader got "on his hands and knees and begged".
Critics say that Nato member Slovakia should get rid of Russian equipment.
Jerry Maren played a member of the Lollipop Guild in the iconic 1939 film.
The BBC's Nick Beake spoke to Kachin people in Myammar who have had to flee their homes.
The UN has called for a "halt" after hundreds of children were reportedly removed from their parents.
Firefighters are tackling a blaze at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Knightsbridge.
The odds of anyone winning twice in less than two years are one in 16 trillion, experts say.
The carmaker says it cannot run the new tests quickly enough and fears a backlog of vehicles.
He will join a cabinet appointed by the new PM where at least half of the ministers will be women.
The online retailers are among several shops removing CloudPets toys because of cyber-security flaws.
Zdravko Mamic, who fled Croatia before his sentencing, is convicted of siphoning money from his club.
Aaron Persky faced intense criticism after jailing a Stanford University rapist for just six months.
PageUp has notified data authorities in Australia and the UK where it has clients.
Pakistani journalist Gul Bukhari had openly criticised the military before she was kidnapped.
A busy Chinese city hopes that a smartphone-only lane will make pedestrians feel safer.