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Musicians Booba and Kaaris are arrested after their altercation causes flight delays.
Fan Bingbing has reportedly not been seen in public for a month and has gone silent on social media.
Troops open fire in the capital Harare after opposition MDC Alliance supporters go on the rampage.
All 103 passengers survive a crash in the Mexican state of Durango, but 97 of those are injured.
All 103 passengers have survived a commercial aviation accident in Mexico, but how unusual is this?
A New Zealand store owner faces a trademark fight from local cereal Weet-bix.
About 90 people had to be treated for jellyfish stings in just three days at a single beach.
Alexander Gukov battled avalanches and a lack of supplies as he waited for six days to be rescued.
An Australian city has been successfully protected from the mosquito-borne disease, researchers say.
After 11 years in exile and prison, ex-Vice-President Jean Pierre-Bemba wants to run for president.
At a rally in Tampa, Florida, he says: "If you go out and you want to buy groceries, you need ID."
US officials say initial tests show the 55 boxes of remains are "likely" to belong to American troops.
The ransomware attack has spread to email, telephone and door entry systems.
Sanofi is building a 14 week stockpile of drugs, including insulin, in case of Brexit disruptions.
Two passenger trains collide en route to Peru's most visited tourist attraction, injuring 15 people.
Hot soups and cold pools are some of the things people are trying to combat the sweltering heatwave.
Results show Zanu-PF winning a parliamentary majority in the first polls since Robert Mugabe was ousted.
Police are hunting two men who stole some of Sweden's royal jewels in a daring daylight heist.