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The pop star has spoken openly in the past about her struggles with addiction and sobriety.
The BBC's Gavin Lee visits the devastated village of Mati and meets those who have lost everything.
The calves are the first conceived in the park since the species was hunted to near extinction.
The ex-cricketer is hoping to become PM for the first time, amid allegations of military meddling.
The US tries to protect farmers suffering from tit-for-tat tariffs targeting agriculture products.
The BBC's Gavin Lee reports from the seaside village of Mati which has been devastated.
A building in Turkey was filmed collapsing, after torrential rains caused a landslide on a nearby construction site.
Which films will vie for awards next year? This autumn's film festival line-ups give us some clues.
President Donald Trump's daughter, Ivanka Trump, is closing down her fashion brand.
Most of the rescued Thai footballers shave their heads in a Buddhist ceremony to ordain them as novices.
Mrs Haley says trolling liberals on social media may be fun but ultimately does not help conservatives.
The fifth and sixth grade teacher is now the subject of an internal investigation by the school district.
Dutch scientists call an immediate halt to research with the anti-impotence drug in pregnancy.
Survivors of the fires that have killed 74 people in Greece describe being "forced into the sea".
Vasily Kovalyov survived beatings in the harshest icy prisons in Russia's far east.
Unusually high temperatures are affecting large areas of the world. Here is how to handle the heat.
The poll is expected to be a close contest between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and Nelson Chamisa.
At least 60 people die as flames spread across the Attica region around Athens.
Two Patriot missiles were fired at a Syrian Sukhoi fighter jet, the Israel Defense Forces tweeted.
Khalil Cavil claimed to have received a racist note on a receipt from a customer but he made it up.