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The UK's foreign secretary called his Chinese wife "Japanese". Here's why it was such a bad mistake.
More than 30 are being held by the jihadists in south-western Syria, reports say.
A student speaks out after CCTV shows a man slapping her for complaining of abuse in a Paris street.
Employer confirms driver has been sacked after his anti-social behaviour is caught on dashcam.
The National Gallery of Ireland teams up with nail artists to recreate the greats on fingertips.
Two Americans, a Swiss and a Dutch citizen died after a car hit them on Sunday.
Angela Williamson says she was sacked by Cricket Australia over her views on Tasmanian healthcare.
Grace is one of the few remaining loom weavers in Kenya.
Those who cannot prove they came to Assam before 1971 will be deleted from the electoral rolls.
Rescue teams are working to evacuate more than 260 trapped after landslides cut off escape routes.
For the first time since independence, long-time President Robert Mugabe is not on the ballot.
A family locked the distressed animal in a bathroom after it broke a window and "ran amok".
Tatyana's son was beaten over and over by more than a dozen guards; she says torture is widespread.
The Palestinian teenager served an eight month sentence for kicking and slapping an Israeli soldier.
A leaked video showed Russian prison guards viciously beating an inmate in handcuffs.
Zachary Stockill couldn't stop thinking about his partner's sexual past. His obsession killed the relationship - then he learned it could be cured.
For more than 100 days Nicaragua has been gripped by a political crisis that has left more than 350 dead.
Dance is a form of protest in a country where tensions between liberal youths and far-right groups run deep.
The Shasta County blaze, one of eight big fires in the state, has killed six people since Thursday.
He wants positive coverage for himself and critical coverage of his foes, writes Anthony Zurcher.