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Fishing Net Menders in the Dunes sells to an American collector after a fierce bidding war.
The 23-year-old is to be sentenced for hacking his parents and brother to death three years ago.
As nationalist and far-right parties make gains across Europe, a country-by-country guide.
The US president cites some players skipping the event in a protest over the national anthem.
Ben Lecomte, 51, sets off from Japan aiming to become the first swimmer to cross the Pacific Ocean.
Every year tens of thousands of Pakistanis are forced to have amputations as a result of diabetes.
Kyary's a huge star in Japan and now the West are sitting up and taking notice.
One year on from the Gulf blockade of Qatar, the super-rich emirate is finding ways to get by.
In a warming world, extreme weather and natural disasters are on the rise. Can tech help us prepare?
Dancing makes us feel good...but dancing together is even better
A simulator teaches robots how to perform tasks by breaking them down into small steps.
The US President has even floated the idea of pardoning himself - but is that legal?
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola "often has problems with Africans", says former Blues midfielder Yaya Toure.
The FBI detains a former US Defense Intelligence Agency officer on his way to catch a flight to China.
Fifty years on, some argue Kennedy's assassination had a profound impact on liberalism.
Ahead of a trip to Austria, Vladimir Putin says Russia wants the EU to be united and prosperous.
Howard Schultz hints at political ambitions as he steps down as Starbucks' executive chairman.
At least 62 people are known to have died when the Fuego volcano erupted on Sunday.
An almost complete specimen from 150 million years ago is sold at an auction to a private buyer.
The next versions of the iOS and the Mac operating systems will block the social network's trackers.