The Spanish government asks Catalonia's administration whether it has declared independence or not.
Kenya is due to hold a re-run of the 8 August elections later this month but the withdrawal of the main opposition candidate has called it into question.
The New Yorker releases audio of an alleged undercover sting operation by New York Police in 2015.
Cambodia's government says its ambulance drivers need the proper paperwork to drive.
Muhammad Bayazid is in intensive care in hospital after being attacked on Tuesday evening.
A house-sized asteroid is set to pass close to the Earth allowing scientists to rehearse future strike threats.
Colin Kaepernick protested by kneeling during the US national anthem in the summer of 2016. A whole movement has grown around that gesture.
About 150 people are unaccounted for in wildfires that have ravaged wine-growing areas, killing 17.
Authorities say lethal force was used to regain control of the facility near Monterrey.
Backing for commentator so enraged at poor refereeing decisions that he walks out halfway through a match.
Pair were initially detained for wearing facial hair in public.
As the US president again boasts about his IQ, how does his intelligence compare with other presidents?
A court in Australia rules a draft text message can be accepted as an official will.
The activity was observed by Israeli intelligence officers two years ago, according to US media.
The measure aims to tackle the issue of thousands of discarded cigarette butts at popular resorts.
The president gives the entire country the day off after an "historic" football qualification.
An Antarctic ice shelf is shown to have a deep gorge cut in its underside by warm ocean water.
The Supreme Court closes a loophole which allowed men to have sex with their underage wives.
The Sydney woman freed the stranded animal, describing it as "like a toddler" to lift.
The woman threw the shark into the sea after picking it up in a Sydney rock pool.
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