An information war is raging over the approaching death of the Nobel Prize winner.
Germany says videos of Western doctors visiting the ailing Chinese dissident were leaked to state media.
The airline says serving only vegetarian meals is a cost-cutting measure, not a political statement.
The KC-130 plane crashed in a rural area in the US state of Mississippi, with no survivors.
A whale appears to play with a pod of dolphins off the coast of Western Australia.
The authorities blamed inmates for starting the fire on Sunday at the country's largest prison.
Police tell the BBC the pilgrims' bus appeared to have been caught in crossfire and was not targeted.
The animal had escaped a circus in Australia before evading police on a busy six-lane road.
Two black men and five police officers died in three cities in three tumultuous days.
Hindu-Muslim clashes have left one man dead and dozens others injured in the past few days.
As you approach Castelluccio, you can see the shattered buildings more reminiscent of a war zone.
Obama-era policy to open military to transgender Americans stalls amid delays and attacks from Republicans.
The World Health Organization sees developing a vaccine as vital in stopping "super-gonorrhoea".
Some 7,400 rebels who did not commit serious crimes have now been allowed to rejoin civilian life.
As the opioid crisis ravages families across America, more grandparents are caring for children of addicts.
Which country is set to replace the US as the world's third most populous?
The co-founder of a Silicon Valley investment firm says it is "not my job to make you all feel good".
Avi Gabbay ran a telecommunications firm before entering politics and has never been an MP.
Bakari Henderson's family say it was unlike the recent graduate to get into a street brawl.
US President Donald Trump invoked Hillary Clinton's daughter, triggering an online rebuke.
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