The court order is part of a probe into the far-right leader sharing images of IS atrocities.
A Madrid university allegedly granted fake law diplomas to hundreds of Italian nationals.
North Korea's leader also wants a second summit with Donald Trump soon, the South's president says.
Valentino Dixon, whose art featured in a golf magazine, is a free man after 27 years behind bars.
The Spanish foreign minister says he disagreed with the idea, put to him during a visit to the US.
Dozens on a Jet Airways flight are injured as pilots "forget" a switch to maintain cabin pressure.
If successful, the Japanese mission would be the first rover landing on the surface of an asteroid.
Thousands back a Paris bus driver after he was caught on camera slapping a boy, 12, for "disrespect".
Brussels says Facebook must improve its information flow by 31 December or face sanctions.
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "my favourite room".
The man behind Netflix series Maniac is replacing Danny Boyle as the new 007 director.
The Australian supermarket giant says the move is a temporary one amid a strawberry safety scare.
World Rugby has warned that body ink is associated with gangsters in Japan, host of the 2019 World Cup.
Cody Wilson flew to Taiwan before he could be detained, police in Texas say.
A lobster restaurant in Maine says the process is more humane as it lessens their pain before death.
Najib Razak denies all charges linked to the alleged transfer of $556m from a state fund to his account.
South Korea's president was cheered by 150,000 North Koreans as he attended the iconic spectacle.
A girl and a woman have been seriously injured in separate incidents within 24 hours.
The New York Review of Books editor had defended publishing a contentious piece by an ex-broadcaster.
Rushing the testimony of the woman who says the US Supreme Court pick attacked her is wrong, her lawyer says.
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