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At least 20 people are killed as militants detonate a car bomb in central Afghanistan, officials say.
Kamala Harris, who previously served as an attorney general, says she is "very excited" about running.
The suspects in the Novichok poisoning and their superiors are hit with EU sanctions.
Filmmakers say the Supreme Court justice deserves to be "immortalised in Lego".
Members of the National Guard are arrested for allegedly plotting a revolt against the president.
Jacinda Ardern says it's tough juggling her roles but hearing her baby giggle can put things in perspective.
Bodycam footage released by Tallahassee Police Department shows the two year old with her hands raised for officers.
Jockey Mikey Sweeney on Ask Heather almost falls off but makes an "incredible recovery" then goes on to win the race.
An Egyptian presenter gets one year of hard labour for hosting a gay man on his show last year.
The Fund cuts its 2019 growth prediction from 3.7% to 3.5% and says trade spats could make things worse.
Pope Francis launches app to encourage Catholics to pray with him.
A day before the Oscar nominations, it's the turn of the awards no-one in Hollywood wants.
Investigators say He Jiankui sought "fame and fortune" with his claim to have edited baby genes.
Opposition parties question the incredible age of first-time voters and other irregularities.
Government critic Carlos Fernando Chamorro says he has gone into exile in Costa Rica.
A German charity event in Bremen is criticised for refusing to invite a female mayor.
The rapper responds to critics who questioned his involvement in the 2017 festival disaster.
The confrontation between a white student and a Native American elder sparked widespread criticism.
Serena Williams impresses in a high-quality 6-1 4-6 6-4 last-16 win over top seed Simona Halep at the Australian Open.
The fuel price hike that sparked protests was imposed shortly after South Africa refused the loan.