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Save the Children says more than 1.2bn children face threats from poverty, conflict and discrimination.
Russian regulators have given the company one month to remove the messaging app from its App Store.
Patients with killer diseases will be able to try experimental drugs which have yet to be approved.
The long-running soap will air Aaron Brennan and David Tanaka's nuptials in September.
Following the cancellation of Roseanne's show, which other celebrities have messed up on social media?
Shops are closed and cars are off the roads as secessionists mark the attempt to create Biafra state.
The team caught 333 minkes, many of which were pregnant females, in its Antarctic "field survey".
Russian journalist Arkady Babchenko, reportedly killed in Kiev on Tuesday, appears on TV.
Jesse Duplantis, 68, said God told him to "believe" for his fourth plane, which is set to cost $54m.
A woman says she was asked to give proof she was the mother despite presenting her child's passport.
Irish PM says there could be "hundreds of thousands" more illegal adoption registrations to be found.
Tens of thousands of people are evacuated due to the risk of flooding at a hydroelectric dam project.
Anniesa Hasibuan, whose show made history at New York Fashion Week, was found guilty of running a scam.
Archaeologists find a man who, fleeing the initial Vesuvius eruption, was hit by a giant boulder.
Active Shooter is removed from the Steam Store a week before its release after a public outcry.
Faith movement based on ancient Sumerian gods attracts thousands of registered followers.
There is still no government three months after elections and a new poll might be on the cards.
A man shot dead by police after a murder spree is also suspected of killing a man he met in jail.
The comedian tried to explain away the tweet as a "joke", but ABC called it "repugnant".
Gagandeep Singh shot to fame after a video of him saving a Muslim man from a mob was shared online.