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Teammates feasted on dates as their goalkeeper lay on the ground in two World Cup warm-up matches.
The president echoes the argument of his lawyers in a memo to the Russia inquiry investigators.
A photo of the North Korean leader meeting Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has come under scrutiny.
Catherine Healy, who led a successful campaign to decriminalise sex work, is honoured by the Queen.
The student was convicted after being distracted using the smartwatch while driving
The finance minister says he will not step down over a land scandal that has plagued the government.
The social network says that data-sharing deals with smartphone-makers were in users' interests.
Hani Mulki resigns after several days of protests against tax rises and austerity measures.
The off-duty agent was picking up his gun after it fell out of its holster during a dance move.
A video of a professor's Bollywood dance moves has gone viral, making him an overnight sensation.
The crash happened in heavy traffic and left a biker with neck and shoulder injuries.
Manuel Pellegrini and his wife were targeted on their way to a restaurant in Santiago, Chile.
Operators in Auckland have a job on their hands to get their bicycle back.
The far-right AfD leader is accused of trivialising Nazi atrocities after calling the era "bird poo".
Richard Grenell's comments follow several controversial remarks by Trump-appointed diplomats.
How were the dinosaurs of Jurassic Park created, and what have we learned about them since?
The industry's trade body cuts its 2018 forecast for airline profits amid rising fuel and labour costs.
Philippine President Duterte draws sharp criticism after kissing a Filipina worker on stage.
The former US president has co-written a novel with author James Patterson.
Twenty-five have been killed and hundreds injured after Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupted, officials say.