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No explanation has been given for the shut downs but they coincide with nationwide exams.
Sara Netanyahu will have to reimburse $12,490 (£9,917).
Thousands of people marched in Hong Kong on Sunday against a controversial extradition bill.
With two of the main candidates barred from running, Guatemala's presidential election is in disarray.
Ginger Spice says she regrets leaving the band at the height of their fame, as their reunion tour ends.
The baseball legend's jersey becomes the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia ever sold.
Why are some couples are having multiple weddings? Leah and Echina explain why they did.
Protesters vow to gather on Sunday, despite the government's decision to suspend the extradition bill.
Jan Broberg from Abducted in Plain Sight tells BBC Radio 5 Live how abuser lied to control her.
Protests in Hong Kong over proposed changes to the extradition law follow reports of China illegally removing its opponents.
On this day in 2015, Trump said he was running for president. How did people react - and what did they get wrong?
The Ebola virus may be easier to contain in Uganda than in DR Congo, reports Olivia Acland.
The new duties come days before countries' leaders are expected to meet at a G20 summit in Japan.
The first Mass has been held at Notre-Dame cathedral since the devastating fire in April.
No-one has admitted planting the explosives in east Wajir county, but suspicion falls on al-Shabab militants.
Residents and lawmakers have reacted to the recent suspension of the extradition law proposal.
They died of asphyxiation after inhaling toxic fumes from the sewer in Fartikui, in western India.
The call follows Thursday's attack on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman, which the US blames on Iran.
Her husband is also joining her in refusing food, as they demand her unconditional release in Iran.
He directed stars including Elizabeth Taylor and opera greats such as Maria Callas.