A son of Andrej Babis says he was held in Crimea to stop him giving evidence in a fraud case.
Paradise resident Sorrell Bobrink describes how she fled with her child as flames engulfed the town.
The Supreme Court suspends the president's move to dissolve parliament, deepening a political crisis.
An 18th century Danish warship has been found after a decade-long search.
The objects were said to be very bright and flying at twice the speed of sound.
Maggy Biskupski, a critic of police working conditions, apparently shot herself.
Court of Justice was asked to rule in a copyright case involving two Dutch cream cheese products.
A French lady turning 101 said meeting the French and German leaders was "fantastic".
The violence is among the worst since 2014 and follows a covert Israeli mission exposed on Sunday.
Nine students were killed in a dormitory whose doors had been padlocked, trapping dozens inside.
The French Army tweeted that rain would not slow it down in the wake of the president's no-shows.
Marvel film stars Hugh Jackman and Chris Evans are among those honouring the Spider-Man creator.
Kyrsten Sinema becomes the US south-western state's first female senator since 1994.
The firm is planning a $21bn IPO of its mobile unit that could fund a fresh wave of tech investments.
The toll from the Camp Fire in the north of the US state surpasses that of a 1933 disaster.
James Gargasoulas drove his car into pedestrians in Melbourne, killing six and injuring 27 others.
The Mexican cartel leader's trial in New York begins amid huge security measures.
How the writer, who has died aged 95, came to create the iconic characters of the Marvel universe.
The plan to end a ban on the trade of tiger and rhino parts had caused an outcry but are now on hold.
Gaza rocket barrage targets Israel, which responds with air strikes after militants die in covert op.
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