The 700kg crocodile named Merry was being kept illegally at a pearl farm in Sulawesi.
Chinese social media users have welcomed the first fine issued to a so called 'smartphone zombie'
Victims of the siege at the hotel complex include a 9/11 survivor, a YouTuber and two inseparable friends.
World number one Simona Halep survives a scare to beat Sofia Kenin and reach the third round of the Australian Open.
The fate of 14 other miners trapped in the mine in Meghalaya state is still unclear.
The head of Michigan State University resigns over remarks on the Larry Nassar abuse scandal.
Laurent Gbagbo will remain in custody in The Hague after prosecutors appealed against his release.
Of 124 coffees in the world, we only drink two, but we need to protect all of them, say scientists.
And you don't have to be vegan to follow the "planetary health diet".
The young people who make a living from taking people for horse rides on Nigeria's beaches.
The LGBT community in Ukraine is often under attack but one volunteer soldier has now gone public about his sexuality.
Marie Kondo has turned de-cluttering into an art form - but does it really work?
France's luxury retailer Hermes is trying to become a big player in Switzerland's exclusive watch industry.
German woman Monika Billen was last seen alive two weeks ago near Alice Springs.
As both the government and households try to reduce their debt levels, car sales across China are declining.
A Portuguese man detained in Hungary is suspected of hacking documents from clubs, media reports say.
As both sides refuse to back down, here are the ways we might still see an end to the shutdown.
US Vice-President Mike Pence made the claim on the same day as an apparent suicide bombing in Manbij.
The investigation, reported by US media, adds to pressure facing the Chinese technology giant.
Civilians also die in an apparent suicide bombing in the Kurdish-held northern town of Manbij.
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