Fans partied on the streets of Manchester as an open-top bus paraded through the city.
Thousands of North Korean women and girls are forced to work in China's sex trade, a new report says.
It comes after their party leader was caught on tape offering contracts to an oligarch's niece.
Ahmed Abiy's event at the Menelik palace was to raise funds for infrastructure in Addis Ababa.
The 21-storey Martin Tower, former headquarters of a US steel company, is demolished in Pennsylvania.
Who is the US philanthropist who paid off 400 students’ loans in a graduation speech this weekend?
The performance by Madonna, criticised by some, has popped up on her YouTube - and it sounds a bit different.
Force Ngwira is fighting the use of mosquito nets for fishing, which depletes stocks in Lake Malawi.
France is divided over the case of Vincent Lambert, who has been in a vegetative state since 2008.
Félix Dorfin was convicted of trafficking about 3kg (6.6lb) of various drugs into Indonesia.
A justice ministry statement says convicted Islamic State members started the riot on Sunday.
Police say Muhlaysia Booker's death is unrelated to an April assault, and no arrests have been made.
New designs of Huawei smartphones are set to lose access to some Google apps.
At his swearing-in, Mr Zelensky also said achieving peace in eastern Ukraine would be his priority.
Google's move to end business ties with Huawei will affect current devices and future purchases.
The Al Jazeera video claimed that Jewish people exaggerate the extent of the Holocaust.
The US president issues a stern warning as tensions rise between Washington and Tehran.
Robert F Smith made the commitment to graduates at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia.
Actors pretend to slit throats on 20 May, an official holiday known as the "Day of Anger".
The Wikileaks founder is facing extradition requests from Sweden and the US over separate accusations.
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