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The company, under pressure to curb its popularity with teenagers, is temporarily stopping retail sales.
The first lady's office says the aide "no longer deserves the honour" of serving the White House.
Crews contain 30% of the fire in the north but the search for dozens of missing people continues.
Fires have claimed dozens of lives in California. What's the best way to escape such deadly blazes?
Yemen's civil war is approaching a pivotal moment, but the UN warns that the humanitarian crisis could be about to get much worse.
A Russian wartime minefield has been found alongside a major highway.
The US saw a 17% increase in hate crime incidents last year compared with 2016, according to FBI data.
The driver is said to have suggested it was "just a cat" when stopped by police officers.
The Eritrean family have just arrived in Canada from a refugee camp in Sudan.
Anucha Kochana's death from a brain haemorrhage renews pressure on Thailand to ban child boxing bouts.
The Polish care worker, who worked in German nursing homes, has been charged with six counts of murder.
The US president attacks Emmanuel Macron on Twitter after an awkward Armistice Day visit.
Local reports say about 30 passengers escaped before their bus was burned out in Campobasso, Italy.
Nikola Gruevski posts on Facebook that he is in Budapest, a day after Macedonia ordered his arrest.
Jim Acosta had his White House access revoked hours after a confrontation with the President.
A photograph showing Adolf Hitler and a young Jewish girl goes up for auction in the US.
A son of Andrej Babis says he was held in Crimea to stop him giving evidence in a fraud case.
Paradise resident Sorrell Bobrink describes how she fled with her child as flames engulfed the town.
The Wisconsin school district and local police have launched an investigation into the image.
The Supreme Court suspends the president's move to dissolve parliament, deepening a political crisis.