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A new ruling thwarts a researcher who suspects a French role in the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
The global accountancy firm removes top bosses at its South African arm over the Gupta scandal.
Some supporters filmed themselves burning the signature hats to protest Trump's Daca talks.
It follows similar deals between Turkey, Iran and Russia which have led to a drop in fighting.
Larysa Denysenko says she is the victim of a "21st century witch hunt" over her children's book.
More than 1,000 officers will be relieved of duty amid investigations over three deaths.
The prime minister's father is accused of trying to clear the name of a convicted paedophile.
The Lehman Brothers brand is back, but this time on a whisky bottle.
The US and China trade accusations after the North test-fires another missile over Japan.
Maryam Nawaz takes centre stage ahead of Sunday's by-election for her ousted father's seat.
Patrik Liljeglod, a group leader of the Left Party, says he was attacked at knifepoint in July.
The US boxer said obscene comments by Mr Trump were what "real men" say in "locker room talk".
A presidential spokeswoman congratulated women on gaining "the freedom to choose one's spouse".
Waking up to North Korea's missile - people living in the region react.
The instrument was used by Harrison during the recording of the Beatles song Norwegian Wood.
The Bad Romance singer recently revealed she's suffering with the long-term condition fibromyalgia.
A facility where eight people died after Hurricane Irma cut its power has lost its Medicaid funding.
It's the second time this month that North Korea has launched a ballistic missile over Japan.
Thomas Benson lost eight family members in the mudslide that hit Sierra Leone's capital a month ago.
Michel Temer is accused of obstructing justice and leading a criminal group.