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Will the "boldly South African" film outgun its rivals at Toronto's prestigious festival this week?
Meet the inhabitants of a refugee camp in Turin, as they pursue their dreams of a new life in Europe.
An unexpected voice will answer, aiming to overcome immigration fears with facts and his personal story.
The comments by country's leader come after Pyongyang test-fires another missile over Japan.
The Kentucky-born star had more than 100 film credits, including Alien and Cool Hand Luke.
The budding entrepreneur got a surprise visit from the president - and an unexpected role in world news.
Demonstrators take to the St Louis streets as a former officer is cleared of a black man's murder.
Russia expects to compete at the Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang next year, says the country's Olympic chief Alexander Zhukov.
The decision goes against the wishes of Iraq's central government, Turkey, Iran and the US.
Eighteen people have been killed and thousands displaced since the fighting broke out between Ethiopia's Oromo and Somali communities.
The 70-passenger capacity boat had 150 people on board when it capsized, witnesses say.
Theresa May says it is not "helpful for anybody to speculate" on investigations.
The chief scientists who worked on the spacecraft react after it plunged into Saturn's atmosphere.
Powerful paintings by an Auschwitz death camp survivor - David Olère - are given to the camp memorial in Poland.
The Zapad 2017 military exercise annoys Belarusian mushroom pickers.
The statue of General Robert E Lee was taken down under the eye of armed police.
A manhunt is under way after two women were injured in eastern France.
Brent Ahlers' bogus report spawned a manhunt involving 55 officers, four dogs and an aircraft.
Madrid gives Catalonia 48 hours to give up its plans for a referendum or lose control of its budget.
A tech-savvy Chinese village creates a giant QR code from shrubs in a bid to attract visitors.