Audi's advertising campaign against the gender pay gap leaves viewers fiercely divided.
The second-largest rebel group free a kidnapped soldier a day before the beginning of peace talks.
Dashcam footage captures a fireball over US Midwestern states on Monday.
Former South Africa captain Joost van der Westhuizen dies aged 45, six years after he was diagnosed with motor neurone disease.
The French candidate insists the payments were legal but says voters no longer accept the practice.
Concerns about the health of Nigeria's president increase as he extends his medical leave in the UK.
Methamphetamine pills worth an estimated $9.2m are found in his car and inside a monastery.
An inquiry hears 7% of Australia's Catholic priests allegedly abused children.
Lawyers for two US states argue against removing a legal block on President Trump's travel ban.
Russia says that "Putin's a killer" comments are unacceptable and the US TV station must apologise.
Scores of migrants take buses to Calais each day, and use them to get home again if they fail to stow away on a lorry to the UK.
The town of al-Bab is now almost entirely surrounded by Turkish-backed Syrian rebels.
How Cameroon overcame setbacks and distractions to win the Africa Cup of Nations.
Catalonia's ex-president takes full responsibility for Spanish region's unofficial independence vote.
Smartphone app uses before and after photos to show devastation of 1945 atomic bombing.
Adverts for Fast and Furious 8 and Stranger Things' second series entertain Super Bowl viewers.
The rise includes a ten-fold increase in casualties from attacks linked to Islamic State militants.
The ruling party of Tamil Nadu state said they wanted another 'strong woman' to serve the people.
Up to 500,000 protesters shone torches on their phones at an anti-corruption rally in the capital Bucharest, lighting up Victory Square.
His bodyguard is arrested after the shooting at the Karachi consulate.
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