In a country where food is already expensive, the people vote on tighter quality control.
Photographs of Terry Laurmen, 75, napping with his furry friends have been shared thousands of times.
Six siblings of Arizona Republican Paul Gosar endorse his rival in a brutal new TV campaign.
From the Gladys Godfrey case to the alleged Golden State Killer - catching criminals through their relatives' DNA.
Plans to play top flight competitive Spanish games in North America are only part of a plan for worldwide growth.
The sight of hungry Venezuelan migrants on country roads has become commonplace in South America.
Shan Tianfang was loved across China for his emotional storytelling through the ancient art of pingshu.
Iran's supreme leader says "regional US puppets" were behind a gun assault in Ahvaz that killed 25.
Italy arrested the six fishermen at sea earlier this month on suspicion of smuggling migrants.
Pictures have emerged from the surface of an asteroid after Japan landed two robotic rovers on it.
A catwalk on the Great Wall of China plus other stories you may have missed this week.
It cuts the journey time to mainland China - but Chinese police will be allowed to operate in Hong Kong.
Seven state-appointed bishops are recognised by the Vatican as part of a historic accord with China.
A man survives in an air pocket in a Lake Victoria ferry that overturned two days ago, killing 207.
Iran blames "terrorists backed by a foreign regime" for the attack which killed soldiers and civilians.
Christine Blasey Ford is deciding whether to testify against the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
About six million visitors are expected to drink more than 7m litres (1.6m gallons) at the event.
Survivors from a ferry that capsized on Lake Victoria, Tanzania, have spoken of their ordeal.
The children were playing near a police station when the bomb blast happened, witnesses say.
The pop icon, designer, actress says she "couldn't be more proud" to take on the government role.
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