Tobby fell into the 25-metre pit during a walk in the woods.
The ex-Trump adviser sent abusive tweets to journalists on Twitter but says he will sue the network.
The police chief and the head of intelligence are sacked after a series of deadly bombings.
Demonstrators at a huge Barcelona rally speak passionately about their wish to stay part of Spain.
Claims of attacks on diplomats are a "political manipulation" aimed at hurting ties, Havana says.
President Macron was on a visit to French Guiana when he got talking to a local boy.
Denmark's Caroline Wozniacki beats Venus Williams to claim the biggest title of her career at the WTA Finals in Singapore.
It ends a year of official mourning for the Thai monarch, who died aged 88 a year ago.
Wreckage is located by Norwegian authorities after the helicopter crashed in the sea off Svalbard.
The UN food agency head says hundreds of thousands of children could die in the coming months.
A Malaysian, Singaporean and two others face import charges after flying a drone near parliament.
Spain's government says Carles Puigdemont has a right to continue in politics and stand in new polls.
Security forces battled armed militants who stormed a hotel in Mogadishu after two deadly blasts.
The country's second snap election in a year comes amid voter distrust following several scandals.
The "bloody hour" is a show of solidarity with women and a means to spark debate, the creators say.
But it's going ahead following the defeat of so-called Islamic State in the Syrian city of Raqqa.
Shaimaa Khalil remembers the first time she was groped as a child in Egypt.
The Reformation shattered the authority of the Catholic Church, but there are signs that divisions have finally been set aside.
One school board sent a checklist to parents to help them navigate the celebration.
With unemployment soaring, Prineville, Oregon, feared extinction. Then a mysterious email arrived.
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