The spreading of the rumour doughnuts are not halal in response to Islamaphobic taunts
Turkey's detention of leading human rights activists draws international condemnation.
Her lawyers said she had not known she was pregnant after being raped.
The students were twice denied visas to attend a multi-national competition in Washington.
The wedding is in breach of both custom and the law and has drawn both attention and concern.
The four Arab states describe Doha's rejections of their demands as a threat to regional security.
The La La Land star is the latest actress to speak out on equal pay.
World leaders gather in Hamburg, Germany, as clashes continue for a second day.
UK-based firm Bell Pottinger was accused of inflaming racial tensions in a social media campaign.
Italian rescuers search the rubble of an apartment block where two families lived.
Co-creator Trey Parker says the show has fallen into the "trap" of mocking the US president every week.
Sheila Michaels fought against the use of 'Mrs' or 'Miss' in favour of a new, more modern title.
Once popular in Russia, opinion of Donald Trump has soured since he came into office.
The addictive nature of Honour of Kings has been blasted by state media, hitting shares of Tencent.
Tesla will build the world's biggest lithium ion battery in a state gripped by electricity woes.
The Liaoning's presence has been viewed by some as a show of force by Beijing.
William Morva's execution went ahead, despite objections from the daughter of one of his victims.
Sergio Serra, the president of Brazil's Paysandu Sport, quits after getting relegation death threats.
The painting, by famous New Zealand artist Colin John McCahon, was taken as its owner moved house.
More than a century ago a former slave fulfilled her dream to meet Queen Victoria, taking with her a gift.
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