A US official confirms nearly two dozen states were targeted in the US election hack.
A woman who was with Otto Warmbier when he was taken by security says she doesn't think the American was guilty.
The man was a 36-year-old Moroccan from an area of Brussels that spawned several jihadist attackers.
A forest pattern camouflage uniform was chosen despite the country being only 2.1% woodland.
The former Argentine president launched a new political party ahead of legislative elections.
Newly released video shows a polite encounter quickly escalating during a Minnesota traffic stop.
The irony of #SocialMediaBlackout trending despite a call not to log on is not lost on South Africans.
Questions are raised about how the fires started and spread, as officials express hope they are nearly out.
German authorities say King Vajiralongkorn was shot at by teenagers while cycling late at night.
It's International Yoga Day, but why does the world love yoga?
Philando Castile was killed during a police traffic stop in Minnesota last June.
King Salman has replaced the previous heir to the throne - his nephew - with his 31-year-old son.
Officials say bodies are lying in the street a day after rebels and the government agreed a truce.
The US accuses the Russian pilot of making an "unsafe" manoeuvre, but Moscow disputes that account.
Romanian PM Sorin Grindeanu is forced out of power in a vote of no confidence by his own party.
The pilot lost his grip on a rope thrown by rescuers and was dragged away by an Amazon river.
More than a million people are still facing emergency levels of hunger, one step below famine.
Marco Rubio and Ivanka Trump have responded to jokes on social media about their failed hug
Oxford researchers warn that computational propaganda is a powerful tool against democracy.
After defeating plans for an ethnically segregated school, they say they will target 57 more.
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