As groundwater supplies dwindle in rural India, farmers turn to wastewater to grow crops like mulberry, which is used to make silk.
It's the first time a European city has topped the rankings of the Economist Intelligence Unit survey.
The former Trump adviser has released what she says is a tape of a phone call from the US president.
A source close to the singer confirms reports that the 76-year old soul star is gravely unwell.
Residents react with dismay to the newly-installed, and fully exposed, eco-friendly urinals.
An insider’s guide to the Situation Room rules - and why violations of the security protocol matter.
A man who shot and killed an unarmed black man under the "stand your ground" law has been charged.
Investigators allege he shot a father who intervened as he was trying to abduct a 16-year-old girl.
The fisheries minister broke security rules on a trip to Iran with his ex-beauty queen girlfriend.
Police rescued 60 cats and dogs from an animal shelter threatened by a wildfire.
Thousands attend the funeral for 40 children who died in a Saudi-led air strike on a bus.
Louis de Causans wants €351m, saying France tricked his relatives out of the principality's throne.
Mr Strzok was removed from the Russia inquiry after his texts criticising Mr Trump were discovered.
South Korea is trying to persuade the North to take concrete steps towards nuclear disarmament.
Activists accuse officials of sexism after a woman is jailed for secretly photographing a nude model.
Officials are accused of paying compensation for land already owned by the government.
The aircraft was carrying mainly Russian climbers when it crash landed in the Tajik mountains.
The explanation of his plan to take the electric carmaker private follows legal action by some investors.
Beijing says reports of mass detentions are untrue, but admits sending some to "re-education centres".
The reaction to her casting as a lesbian Batwoman is "ridiculous", the actress says.
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