A UN spokesperson says the visit of diplomats to the restive area will happen next week.
Officials blame a jump in fatal drug overdoses for the sharp increase in costs of shuttling corpses.
He is accused of storing a huge stash of stolen goods worth thousands of dollars in St Martin.
Estonian artists have take the unusual step of restoring a Soviet navy mural.
North Korea accuses the US of "luring and pushing" an American student into breaking its laws.
But the Avatar director likes the fact "that, sexually, Wonder Woman had the upper hand with the male character".
Watch one resident's video diary from the islands, which suffered widespread devastation after Hurricanes Irma and Maria.
"It was a little bit like open-heart surgery," he said of the moment he left Malia at university.
After big explosions prompt 28,000 residents to evacuate, officials reveal a series of failings.
Several airlines at Heathrow, Gatwick and Melbourne airports experienced check-in problems.
His magazine was seen by some as sleazy, but by others as at the vanguard of the sexual revolution.
The dissident rebel leader, who used the alias Euclides Mora, was kicked out of the Farc last year.
They say the electricity will be misused to extract all the groundwater.
Tarun Tejpal has been formally charged with raping a junior colleague at a magazine he edited.
Donald Trump's advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner is registered to vote as a woman, reports say.
The founder of the international adult magazine Playboy has died at the age of 91.
The Park says rocks fell from the El Capitan mountain on to a popular hiking trail.
PM Shinzo Abe is seeking a new mandate amid an approval rating rebound and the North Korea crisis.
The entire population of Ambae is being moved elsewhere because Manaro Voui is erupting.
A Chinese team corrected the potentially fatal blood disorder beta-thalassemia.
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