A "yes" vote is expected in an independence referendum opposed by Baghdad and neighbouring countries.
Surgeons fit a nerve stimulator into the man's chest to reverse 15 years of unresponsive wakefulness.
On September 14, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that he "do(es) not agree that South Korea needs to develop our own nuclear weapons."
North Korea said the US had declared war but the White House dismisses the talk as "absurd".
Popular messaging app WhatsApp has suffered serious disruption to its service in China.
The clampdown comes ahead of a big gathering of China's Communist Party next month.
The bride and groom were having their photo taken when they saw a young boy struggling to swim in a river.
Eman Abdul Atti, once believed to be the "world's heaviest woman," died on Monday due to complications from heart disease and kidney dysfunction, according to a statement from Burjeel Hospital in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates.
The Indian woman was criticised for drinking, smoking, taking drugs and having condoms in her room.
Millions of US citizens are without electricity, clean water, medicine, or communications.
Four more major Indian cities will soon have their own metro lines, the country's government has announced.
Two hours of intensive rain flooded Dubrovnik, but some enjoyed it more than others.
A woman lieutenant makes history by graduating from the US Marine Corps' infantry officer training.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel began the delicate task of building a coalition government Monday, after a bruising election result significantly weakened her authority.
North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho on Monday accused US President Donald Trump of declaring war on his country by tweeting over the weekend that North Korea "won't be around much longer."
The area, around the size of Denmark, is rich in gold and minerals - and protected from mining.
Mohamed lost count of how many people he had killed when a commander's wife persuaded him to escape.
Vice President Tareck El Aissami calls US sanctions "a trophy" for a "subversive people".
Eleven countries are planting a wall of trees from east to west across Africa in order to push back the desert - and in Senegal it's already working.
The UN human rights agency says it has documented arbitrary arrests and torture in the region.