In a bid to restart a moribund Israeli-Palestinian peace process, Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's adviser and son-in-law, met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Tel Aviv on Thursday.
Donald Trump has hinted several times at a pardon, but could the Twitter president do it by keystroke?
Lee Jae-yong has pleaded not guilty - a South Korean court's verdict is due on Friday.
Her payout is estimated at $443m.
The governing MPLA party receives nearly two-thirds of the vote, provisional results suggest.
An airstrike blamed on a Saudi-led coalition has killed at least 48 people at a hotel on the outskirts of the capital, officials in Yemen said Wednesday.
The 53-year-old told reporters she plans to pay off her car loan and go "hide in my bed".
Officers using water cannon and batons evict 100 people from a square they had been occupying.
Up to 60 million people living in Pakistan's Indus Plain are at risk of being affected by high levels of arsenic in the region's groundwater supply, according to a new study in the journal Science Advances.
Villagers are evacuated after rocks and debris cascade down a mountainside in the Val Bondasca area.
The French president says "social dumping" of cheap migrant workers puts the whole EU at risk.
The boat was on a short route from the island of Itaparica, which is popular with tourists.
Colombian TV channels Caracol and RCN are the latest foreign media to be pulled from the airwaves.
Pakistan's National Security Council issued a strongly worded rebuttal on Thursday to President Donald Trump's remarks that Pakistan provided "safe havens for terrorist organizations."
Brazil has opened a massive swath of the Amazon to mining.
Up to 25,000 civilians are believed trapped in Raqqa as fighting rages with so-called Islamic State.
Prominent groups cancel an annual call because of Mr Trump's response to the Charlottesville unrest.
One of the four suspects detained after last week's terror attacks in Catalonia was released Thursday pending further investigation.
Mirgayas Shirinsky is the fourth senior Russian diplomat to die in service in the past year.
Shoppers in a supermarket in Hamburg get when they find all foreign products removed to prove a point about racism.