Venezuela's President Nicolás Maduro wins re-election in a vote marred by an opposition boycott.
Indian police said they extracted the cocaine capsules from her stomach over the course of a week.
Jacinda Ardern followed in the virtual footsteps of Princess Leia by being beamed in to a tech event.
Yuriy is one of the local fans embarrassed about hotel prices in the city ahead of the Champions League final.
Four to five sessions a week are needed to stop the main arteries to the heart from furring up.
The City is being used as "a base for the corrupt assets" of President Putin's allies, MPs claim.
Lena Dunham, Oprah Winfrey and others say leaders are "on notice" to use their power for women.
Kim Jong-un's pledge is a step towards ending the nuclear programme but isn't 'denuclearisation'
Vice's Ben Makuch is fighting an order to hand communications with a terror suspect over to police.
Almost 3,000 newly-discovered photos show New Yorkers having fun during the city's darkest days.
Washington is worried about Chinese investors. Is the rest of America?
Iceland is the first country to force firms to prove they pay all employees the same.
Visit the 'day spa' where pregnant dusky sharks treat themselves to a warm bath
José Ameal is believed to be the oldest Spanish survivor of the pandemic which followed World War I.
"Four or five guns to one" could stop gunmen from killing students, he says after a school shooting.
Births are banned on the remote island and the mother says she did not know she was pregnant.
No specific numbers are given, but the deal appears to have ended the imminent threat of a trade war.
A source close to the Chelsea owner says the renewal process is taking "a little longer than usual".
From Meghan's old school to ex-pats in Spain, millions of people were doing the same thing on Saturday.
More about the two substitute teachers and eight students who were killed on Friday.
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