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A court convicted two men over their attempts to scare investigative journalist Jessikka Aro.
The Barcelona basilica, which had no licence for over 130 years, agrees to pay the city $41m (£31m).
Legal action brought by advertisers claims the social network knew about problems in metrics in 2015.
Abiy Ahmed says he ordered soldiers protesting about pay to do press-ups to defuse the tension.
Businesses hoping for some clarity about Brexit have once again been left deeply disappointed.
The famous photojournalist chronicled the changing face of Turkey and photographed many celebrities.
The Saudi journalist was last seen entering the country's consulate in Istanbul on 2 October.
The mobile is designed as a companion device for those who already own bigger smartphones.
Marbella Ibarra's body was found showing signs of torture almost a month after she disappeared.
The artist confirms the canvas was supposed to shred in full, not just partially.
Prosecutors admit that one of the Hollywood producer's accusers was told to remove personal files.
Jamal Khashoggi's column is published as search of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul continues.
The blogger was jailed in 2017 for 10 years but was unexpectedly freed on Wednesday.
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President Donald Trump will meet Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday as the White House struggles to contain a spiraling crisis over a journalist's apparent death at a Saudi consulate.
Actor Jodie Foster talks about the work of Alice Guy-Blache, who made her first film in 1896.
Spain will overtake Japan's long-held position at the top of the world's life expectancy table by 2040, while the United States is set to take a big fall in rankings, new research finds.
The White House says postal rates set via the 144-year-old pact give China an 'unfair' advantage.
At least 18 people were killed -- most of them teenagers -- and about 50 more injured following an attack in Russian-annexed Crimea, according to Russia.