Christian Dior and Gucci owners make changes after criticism the industry fosters eating disorders.
Human rights investigators conclude that the Syrian Air Force bombed Khan Sheikhoun on 4 April.
Hurricane Irma is now a category five, the highest possible level.
When Texas officers put her in the patrol car they had no idea a 100-mph chase was about to begin.
Hungary and Slovakia opposed measures to relocate asylum seekers across Europe.
The first papal visit in decades comes after a peace deal between the government and the Farc.
The BBC's Jonathan Head is in Maungdaw in Rakhine state, Myanmar, which Rohingya refugees fled.
The unique Perlan 2 glider reaches over 54,000ft in the skies above Argentina.
Police find $16m in an apartment said to be used by former cabinet minister Geddel Vieira Lima.
Southern Africa's regional body sends a team to help avert a political crisis.
Eduardo Martins stole a UK surfer's identity and sold inverted images taken by real photographers.
Those in the path of the "potentially catastrophic" storm secure homes and stockpile supplies.
President Sisi is accused of giving a "green light" to security forces to abuse political detainees.
In her first remarks, Myanmar's de-facto leader says fake news is helping "terrorists" in Rakhine.
Clinton Pryor had walked 5,000km across Australia to meet the PM - but said he was "disrespectful".
The pregnancy was discovered after her parents took her to a doctor to seek treatment for obesity.
Footage of a man's attempt to remove a bat from his home goes viral, with more than 1m views.
Supermarkets are cashing in on gin's resurgence by adding the spirit to everyday foods, so is it a fad?
Satellite images show "more numerous and widespread" disturbances at the test site than before.
There's speculation about who could take over from Colin Trevorrow at the helm of Episode IX.
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