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Search teams are assessing the damage to the 850-year-old Parisian landmark.
New York's American Museum of Natural History will not now host an event honouring Jair Bolsonaro.
Casual and "on-demand" workers are set to get better protections under EU law.
A retired Norwegian border guard gets a long term in a Russian labour camp, but denies spying.
A search to find two people, pictured moments before fire engulfed the cathedral, is under way.
Melbourne's comedy festival distances its top award from controversy-hit comedian Barry Humphries.
The proposed law protects whistleblowers from dismissal, demotion and other forms of punishment.
The French president pledges a global effort for Paris' iconic cathedral after it was ravaged by fire.
Staff at a Maryland newspaper quietly hug in memory of five colleagues slain by a gunman last year.
Congresswoman Ilhan Omar's supporters come out after Trump's tweet about her discussing the 9/11 attacks.
The main structure of the cathedral has been saved, according to a Paris fire official.
Former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld is the first Republican to challenge Mr Trump in 2020.
President Macron says Notre-Dame will be rebuilt after a huge fire destroyed a large section of the cathedral.
People gathered in disbelief as they watched the 850-year-old Gothic building burn.
For illiterate communities in remote areas of Indonesia, casting their ballot in this week's election will be a daunting task.
Two-and-a-half years after five teenagers were sentenced by a court to read a list of books, all are still in education and none has reoffended.
Is content filtering tech the answer or is education and discussion the key to keeping kids safe?
Spain's left hopes to forge a coalition after 28 April polls - to fend off the far-right Vox.
Some of Trump's predecessors were manic depressives, bipolar and even psychopathic, say experts.
The visually impaired man is pulled to safety after falling on to the subway track in Maryland.