The Indian woman claims she cut the man's genitals off after he repeatedly raped her for years.
There were cheers as the last monument to the pro-slavery rebellion was purged on Saturday.
The President disembarked Air Force One with his wife Melania, who wore a jumpsuit and no headscarf.
Former warlord Abdul Rashid Dostum denies he had a rival kidnapped and sexually assaulted.
The US president arrives in Saudi Arabia on the first leg of his trip to the Middle East and Europe.
With about 40m votes cast in the Iranian election, we look at the women making their decision.
The singer's sister and five half-siblings win rights to his $200m fortune.
Counting is under way, with incumbent Hassan Rouhani up against three challengers.
The Philippine president's youngest son, who has eschewed politics, now has his own travel show.
Russians will soon celebrate the arrival of bone fragments of St Nicholas in a special casket from Italy.
Why a bitter row has broken out between Egyptians and Sudanese on social media.
The 133-year-old monument to General Lee has been removed by masked city workers.
Most of those reportedly killed are linked to a faction allied to self-styled general Khalifa Haftar.
Footage emerges of Hillary Clinton rehearsing for a debate with Donald Trump last September.
The US president reportedly called the former FBI chief James Comey a "real nut job".
The government is trying to combat a huge rise in measles cases as parents shun immunisation.
A reluctant traveller who misses his own bed, the president faces a gruelling challenge on a nine-day, five country tour.
Plea-bargain testimony piles pressure on President Michel Temer, who denies wrongdoing.
The ex-congressman says his "destructive impulses" ruined his life, as his wife files for divorce.
A Florida woman went to court after being seriously scalded when the lid popped off her coffee.
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