The victims were standing on the tracks watching celebrations for the Hindu festival of Dusshera.
The St Petersburg woman is the first to be charged with interfering in the US mid-terms elections.
The US urges Mexico to stop the caravan of thousands of Central American migrants heading for the US.
A source tells the BBC about one of the Saudi agents alleged to have killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Fans of the rapper queue for hours for the clothing as well as for selfies with the star.
With their only road destroyed, fuel, food and cars are airlifted in to the cut off residents.
This comes after Poland lowered the retirement age of Supreme Court judges, triggering protests.
The Arizona man fell down an abandoned mineshaft and went for two days without food or water.
An Afghan news channel has focused on female candidates' appearance in the run-up to the parliamentary election.
Turkish officials believe the Saudi journalist's body may have been disposed of outside Istanbul.
A city in Georgia launches a fundraising campaign to restore the monument damaged by Hurricane Michael.
Ukrainian scientists have made an eco-friendly plastic bag that you can eat.
UK visitors will not need French visas if there is no Brexit deal, the president's team clarifies.
The Wikileaks co-founder has been living in the country's UK embassy in London since 2012.
Assessment centres outside the EU are not acceptable, the foreign minister tells Austrian media.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club announces that final set tie-breaks will be introduced at Wimbledon from next year.
A campaign group for journalists' safety is among those to call for the US president to apologise.
A person identifying as intersex receives the gender X in their passport after court ruling.
A Russian MP is among 17 cleared of handling mafia profits in Spain.
When several French job centres tried out a TV talent-show approach there was immediate criticism.
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