The publication of the booklets, first issued in World War Two, comes amid rising security concerns.
A fierce storm sweeping across northern Europe kills three people and halts Dutch and German trains.
Four people have been killed by 140km per hour (90mph) winds across Europe.
They were giving drops to children when unknown gunmen shot them dead.
They are accused of vandalising hives at an US honey business, causing the bees to freeze to death.
Residents will be banned from using more than 50 litres of water a day from next month.
The pontiff performs a Catholic wedding ceremony for airline staff as he travels between cities.
The US wants to ensure the enduring defeat of IS, counter Iran's influence and help end the civil war.
David and Louise Turpin will be asked whether they admit charges of torture and child endangerment.
The 11th Century artwork tells the story behind one of the most famous battles in English history.
The president fires off tweets after his chief of staff had said campaign promises had evolved.
115 underage girls giving birth at a single hospital in five months has reignited sexual abuse debate in Turkey.
Sandra Muller says the former television boss she accused of harassment is taking her to court.
Michael Wolff's exposé on Trump's White House is bought in a seven-figure deal.
Lifeguards were being trained how to use the drone when the drama unfolded in what's being called a world first rescue.
Police say the group was controlling the transport of Chinese-made goods across Europe.
The Supreme court cleared Padmavat for release, overturning a ban imposed by four Indian states.
Five people survived the accident on the bus, thought to have been carrying many Uzbek nationals.
Lifeguards in Australia interrupt a drone training session to save two stricken boys.
Novak Djokovic comes back from a set down to beat Gael Monfils as the temperature hits 39C at the Australian Open.
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