The BBC's Gabriel Gatehouse is one of the first reporters to reach the de-facto IS capital Raqqa.
The tiny satellite was designed by Rifath Sharrook, 18, and manufactured using a 3-D printer.
Several Republican senators have raised concern about a new health plan to repeal Obamacare.
Bill Conner weeps as he hears the heart of his daughter beat inside the man whose life she saved.
The gunman was pursuing bogus claims the pizzeria hosted a child sex ring linked to Hillary Clinton.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says she will give plans to protect the rights of EU citizens in the UK.
The Better Care Reconciliation Act slashes taxes on the wealthy and cuts Medicaid funding.
The death of the US student has raised tensions, with North Korea calling Donald Trump a psychopath.
Uganda took in more refugees than any other country last year - mostly fleeing the conflict in South Sudan - and has been praised for its open-door policy.
They can now collect the 15-week-old foetus from a hospital and carry out a proper burial.
At least 34 people were killed and 58 wounded in the attack in Helmand province, officials say.
Many Kenyan girls end up missing school because sanitary protection is too expensive.
The bullet travelled 3,540m and took almost 10 seconds to reach its target, military sources say.
He apologises for causing any offence after saying he finds a male voice more trustworthy on Siri.
Female passengers can't be asked to switch seats at request of ultra-Orthodox Jewish men, says court.
It's been 25 years since Canada declared a moratorium on northern cod. Is it ready for its return?
Iraq's PM condemns IS's destruction of an ancient landmark as troops advance in Mosul's Old City.
Delegates were attending a conference organised by Kenya's Ministry of Health in Nairobi.
As Germany's political elite grieves unity chancellor Helmut Kohl, a private war divides his family.
It seemed like a vision of the future - but China's "straddling bus" is being scrapped for good.
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