The Bombay Sapphire gin contained nearly twice the amount of alcohol stated on the bottles.
Air quality readings soar above the recommended World Health Organization limit.
It's hoped that it could help change the lives of thousands of people who use upper limb prosthetics.
An Australian woman who killed eight children thought she was saving them from the apocalypse.
The man reportedly ignored warnings about straying too close to one of the world's largest lizards.
Our Paris correspondent evaluates the heated final debate in France's presidential race.
How multi national companies are using women in hijab to sell their products.
An empathy-building exercise hopes to reshape one rapidly changing community of Fargo, North Dakota
Pioneering work that extracts information from audio of gunshots could help solve criminal cases.
Five years ago a midwife in Kenya delivered a child with male and female sexual organs. The father told her to kill it, but instead she hid it and raised it as her own.
Why a middle-aged man in Japan is hiring himself out for friendship.
Spaniard Jimena Rico and her Egyptian-born girlfriend Shaza Ismail were pursued across borders.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson sets out his plans for US foreign policy under President Trump.
A teenage protester dies in Caracas as a demonstration begins peacefully and descends into chaos.
A victim of the suspected Sarin nerve agent attack in Khan Sheikhoun, Syria, returns to the scene.
Kimberly Adie says she was left shaken and in tears after a Winnipeg nail salon turned her away.
The presidential candidates traded insults in a fiery TV debate at the climax of a bitter campaign.
Officials say those killed were trying to rescue 32 miners trapped underground in Golestan province.
The two sides are unable however to release a joint statement outlining a comprehensive settlement.
Two police officers who shot and killed a man in Louisiana acted reasonably, the Department of Justice has said.
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