A German satirist paints offensive tweets outside Twitter HQ after the firm failed to delete them.
The singer accuses a Colorado DJ of having "grabbed her rear end", but he denies the allegation.
The home rental company sparks backlash for booting customers attending a white supremacy rally.
There are still many people trapped in the northern village, a provincial spokesman says.
The US leader vows to respond with "fire and fury" as North Korea reportedly ups its nuclear threat.
Investigators say the 42-year-old was caught because he "did his business and didn't flush it".
Kim Jong-un was told - twice - that the US would respond with power 'like the world has never seen.'
It's a dangerous job with lots of physical challenges.
The ANC is celebrating after the motion was defeated by 198 votes to 177.
Hundreds of Georgians form a human chain near the Russian-occupied breakaway region of South Ossetia.
President Jacob Zuma wins another confidence vote, even with fellow ANC members condemning him and the Gupta family.
A computer tells Louise Kennedy her native spoken English is not good enough for an Australian visa.
A human chain protest marks the anniversary of Georgia's defeat in the 2008 war.
There is temporary relief for gay journalist Ali Feruz after a Russian court halts his deportation.
The Holy City has hundreds of stray cats, and one very dedicated volunteer to help care for them.
Delcy Rodriguez's new powers could make her more influential than President Maduro.
Thousands of people are signing a petition to ensure the president's wife has no official status.
A British man has told BBC 5 live that he's been in state prison in Florida for more than 31 years for a double Miami murder 'he didn't commit'.
A gated private road is snapped up at a tax default auction, much to residents' surprise.
A red Moon was seen across Asia and Europe during a partial lunar eclipse this week.
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