The European Court of Justice's top adviser suggests Belgium broke EU law in denying Syrians visas.
Municipality says the statue will feature in its Park of Honour and Dishonour.
The hazardous terrain and heavy snow continue to hamper the efforts of rescuers.
The US president's spokesman has caused a bit of a Twitter storm by claiming Mr Trump does not own a bathrobe.
There are several quirks and questionable outfits in this year's Oscars "class photo".
Russian tourism board etches people's dreams into huge blocks of ice by Lake Baikal.
The suspect confirms his identity and gives his version of events, French judicial sources say.
The ex-president is accused of illegal campaign financing - but will appeal against the order.
Despite denying recent application rumours, Madonna has been granted permission to adopt two more children from Malawi.
Researchers say snus - a tobacco pouch held in the user's lip - is a serious type 2 diabetes risk.
Simmering tensions erupt in a French suburb after the young black man spoke of his alleged rape.
Fourteen-year-old indoor skydiver Kyra Poh was crowned the "world's fastest flyer" in the Wind Games.
The story of how a popular Russian-Israeli travel blogger ended up in a Belarusian jail.
The New Zealand coach said the man was "trusted" and had worked for the All Blacks for a long time.
Cory Bernardi splits from the nation's government to start his own Australian Conservatives party.
Social media users reacted with incredulity at the very public attempt by Duterte to shame his son.
Indoor skydiver Kyra Poh tells the BBC she used to draw pictures of herself flying over Singapore.
Amnesty International says as many as 13,000 people, most of them civilian opposition supporters, have been executed in secret at a prison in Syria.
Kailash Satyarthi was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 for his work to combat child labour in India.
Antonio Bagnato, 28, murdered a man once named as one of Australia's most-wanted fugitives.
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