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History does not bode well for Trump's opponents, says Jonathan Turley, professor of law.
The blaze in the city of Chittagong may have been sparked by a short circuit, officials say.
The self-declared interim leader calls for a "humanitarian avalanche" on 23 February.
The US president urges its European allies to repatriate 800 Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria.
The actor's lawyers deny the latest reports, which come after Chicago police released two men.
A conservationist is providing a safe space for colobus monkeys in Kenya.
On the day of footballer Emiliano Sala's funeral, his childhood friend and a former coach pay tribute.
President Trump's pick to be America's new UN ambassador cites "family interests" for her decision.
A group of protesters in Paris directed insults and anti-Jewish taunts at a prominent philosopher.
The legendary singer on the "mixed blessing" of that track and how the planet feels different without Aretha Franklin.
How Louis Houenoude went from being a barber shop sign painter in Benin to having an exhibition in Finland.
'How I Felt When I Saw That Girl' is the first major Indian film to focus on a same-sex relationship.
The former US first lady's younger sister, who married a prince and became a fashion icon, dies at 85.
After 12 separatist leaders went on trial this week, 200,000 supporters march through Barcelona.
The aid is being stockpiled in Colombia at the request of self-declared interim leader Juan Guaidó.
Li Rui - once Mao's confidante, later an outspoken critic of the ruling party - has died aged 101.
Mourners lined the route and clapped as the coffin of Emiliano Sala was carried in his hometown of Progreso, Argentina.
Reaction at an international security conference reveals how leaders might not be on the same page.
Thousands attend funerals across India for security force personnel killed in an attack on Thursday.
The move reverses an earlier decision to give four awards during TV commercial breaks.