He fled to the Uruguayan ambassador's residence and requested asylum after being accused of corruption.
The party is the first from the far-right to win seats in a Spanish regional election in decades.
A hoard of rare coins is discovered in a bronze pot in the ancient Israeli port city of Caesarea.
Jordi Casamitjana wants to have ethical veganism recognised as a philosophical belief, in a landmark legal action.
Emile Ratelband is still 69 years old despite his legal bid to become 20 years younger on paper.
Nigerian leader Muhammadu Buhari rubbishes rumours he had died and been replaced with a lookalike.
An Australian barrister who represented notorious criminals reported on her own clients to police.
Journalist Patricia Karvelas has been kicked out of the Australian parliament for showing too much skin on her arm.
The president's comments come after China and the US agreed a trade war truce at the G20 summit.
The former first lady tells the Duchess of Sussex: "Don't be in a hurry to do anything".
There is now huge pressure on the French president to come up with a solution to the fuel tax crisis.
Three astronauts from Russia, Canada and the US left from Kazakhstan on Monday morning.
Instead of poisoning or shooting its feathered population, Cádiz is sending them 275km away.
Naturalist Sir David Attenborough says climate change is humanity's greatest threat in thousands of years.
Vox's breakthrough is the latest in a nationalist surge that has swept across Europe.
The Gulf state says it will pull out of the oil cartel in the new year to focus on gas production.
The energy giant makes the move after pressure from investors, including the Church of England.
She was attacked two days after she tried to register a police complaint against the men.
Sonali Bendre's return to India has had people talking about how openly she has dealt with the disease.
President Trump's actions are restricting global efforts to cut carbon, a study suggests.
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