President Sisi announces a three-month state of emergency after attacks by IS kill dozens of people.
All 156 warning sirens in Dallas suddenly sounded just before midnight on Friday, waking people up.
Violence erupted as thousands protesting against Indian rule stormed polling stations.
Kiss rocker Gene Simmons pays tribute to Chuck Berry, who died in March, at a memorial service.
The reality star accepts Albert Ochoa's invite to his high school prom after his date rejected him.
The US says Russia bears responsibility for the Syrian chemical attack, ahead of a G7 meeting.
John Clarke was famous for sending up politicians and conducting mock interviews.
Dissident Farc rebels opposed to the country's peace process are blamed for the attack.
Coral bleaching has hit two-thirds of Australia's Great Barrier Reef within two years, surveys show.
The rock 'n' roll legend is buried in his home town of St Louis after a final day of tributes.
Photographer Ed Gold meets an Alaskan family who live 100 miles from the nearest town.
The Happy Feet youth project in South Africa aims to "promote education" through gumboot dancing.
It was probably the biggest anti-government protest in Budapest since PM Viktor Orban came to power.
It comes after police found a homemade bomb in the centre of the capital Oslo on Saturday evening.
French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron is gaining popularity.
The Stockholm truck attack suspect had been facing deportation, Swedish police say.
The payday lender says bank account numbers and home addresses were among the information stolen.
So-called Islamic State says it is behind the blasts on two churches that killed dozens of people.
The WW1 battle in northern France is seen as a formative event in Canada's history.
Deputy National Security Adviser KT McFarland is asked to become Singapore ambassador, US media say.
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