Emanuel Santos says his statue of the football player unveiled in Madeira is "a matter of taste".
Privacy campaigners plan to buy, then sell, US politicians' internet browsing histories.
A cobra in a drought-hit village in India has been filmed drinking water from a bottle.
Press and public come out to denounce the "deplorable" thinning down of actress Claudia Cardinale.
The 329-year-old insurance market is opening the subsidiary as a result of the Brexit vote.
A US company that makes footwear for infants described as "diva defining" is labelled "disgusting".
A lifestyle video proposes bursting the popular Xiao Long Bao and throwing out the soup.
French retirement home residents complain to mayor about lack of chips.
Three adults and a girl are detained in an anti-terror operation by Italian police.
The incident happened just before he was due to land a flight from Texas to New Mexico.
The visit will be on 6-7 April in Florida, with trade and North Korea among the key issues.
The firm that handles balloting is being retained, but its staff will be banned from using mobiles.
A former interior minister emerges as a key figure challenging President Erdogan's referendum plans.
The shooting of Chinese national Liu Shaoyo by French police has sparked violence and protests.
Ex-Cyclone Debbie brings widespread flash-flooding to Queensland's most populous region.
Lyse Doucet revisits a young Syrian girl Bara'aa, who three years ago, was living through the horror of war in Homs.
The ruling means the president cannot enforce the ban while it is contested in court.
Another two people are hurt in the head-on collision near Garner State Park, west of San Antonio.
The Euphrates Shield operation targeted Islamic State fighters and also Syrian Kurdish militias.
The global food trade is depleting water sources quicker than they can naturally be refilled in many places.
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