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The actress will not reclaim a multi-million dollar payout, despite winning a defamation case.
The successful test was supervised by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, state-run media say.
Seven more bodies have also been found in northern California, taking the state-wide death toll to 66.
Reports of girls giving birth in the exam period prompted a government inquiry into teenage pregnancy.
Protests break out after the grandson of an indigenous leader is shot dead during a police operation.
During their four years in power in Cambodia, the regime killed all those they perceived to be their enemies.
A selection of the best photos from across Africa this week.
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Huang saved his home from demolition after his paintings turned his village into a huge tourist attraction.
A homeless man and couple who crowdfunded thousands have been charged with conspiracy and theft.
A lawsuit is filed against the US manufacturer over an alleged design fault with its 737 Max jet.
The Californian town has been destroyed by the Camp Fire.
Supply problems in the month-old legal cannabis industry could last well into next year.
Some Californians fled by lorry, while others had no choice but leap into a frigid mountain lake.
The prospect of talks to amend the draft deal is unlikely as an agreement is "on the table".
A former Macedonian leader facing prison is claiming asylum in Hungary, the government confirms.
Participants say they no longer want to be pressured into wearing the loose-fitting robe in public.
The short cartoon pre-dates the creation of Mickey Mouse.
Zayn Malik appears to have revealed how some of the top A-listers evade attention.
The recently erected statue in the town of Kikinda drew criticism for its shape and length.