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Turkish-born Gokmen Tanis says he acted alone in the killing of three people.
A state of emergency is declared as thousands evacuate their homes in northern and western Australia.
Democrat Elijah Cummings says the White House senior advisor used the messaging app for business.
The cub was found abandoned in 2016 and lives on a decommissioned Russian airbase.
The US secretary of state suggested divine intervention delivered Trump for the salvation of Israel.
Communities in Zimbabwe continue to search through rubble for family members missing after the storm.
The bill bans abortion after a heartbeat can be detected - often before a woman knows she is pregnant.
What are the ramifications of the US endorsing Israeli sovereignty over the occupied Golan Heights?
A stranded motorist in Mozambique tells of the scene of devastation along the Beira to Chimoio highway.
Police say the vehicles were travelling in separate directions when the crash occurred.
The EU has agreed to delay Brexit but with conditions. What does it mean? And what may happen next?
The opposition leader's chief of staff Roberto Marrero is accused of planning "acts of sabotage”.
Imane Fadil died in a Milan hospital and investigators are trying to find out what caused her death.
Facebook says concerns raised about data-scraping were not related to the previously reported scandal.
The Cuvier's beaked whale was found in the Philippines, filled with 16 rice sacks and multiple shopping bags.
Mazharuddin Syed Ahmed survived the Christchurch attack in which 50 people died.
Three images of Jupiter are combined to make a striking new image of the planet and its famous spot.
The deaths double the number of US service members killed in Afghanistan this year.
The star wants to use her catchphrase on merchandise, according to documents filed in the US.
Pyongyang withdraws from an office that enabled constant communication between the two Koreas.