The gay couple thanked the protesters, saying: "You have pulled us through this terrible week."
Opposition leader Henrique Capriles has been banned from politics for 15 years.
French PM hails find after the Basque separatists give details of sites after deciding to disarm.
A government spokesman says the US action proves Pyongyang is right to pursue a nuclear programme.
The Iranian president's comments came as people in Damascus protested against the air strikes.
Australia avoided immediate deaths when Cyclone Debbie made landfall, but tragedy soon followed.
How does the risk from jihadists in Europe now compare with the threat from earlier militants?
The new 334 sq km (129 sq mile) attraction will be built on the edge of the capital, Riyadh.
Basque separatists Eta handed over a list of weapons sites to French authorities on Saturday.
Iraqi forces are engaged in a fierce battle to retake the city of Mosul from so-called Islamic State, but many civilians are getting caught up in the crossfire.
The Tibetan spiritual leader speaks to huge crowds at a monastery near India's border with China.
Oscar winning actress Emma Stone responds to prom invite from Arizona teenager.
He was arrested after four people were killed when a lorry rammed a Stockholm department store.
Dancer Barrie Chase speaks to BBC Breakfast about dancing with the legendary Fred Astaire.
A Nairobi bar owner launched the legal challenge, claiming the rules had damaged his business.
Tupac, Pearl Jam and Joan Baez were among the new inductees celebrated in New York.
People living in a tiny Bavarian hamlet will be at the geographical centre of the EU after Brexit.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says he is "not surprised" by Russia's reaction to the US strikes.
Chinese President Xi Jinping made his invitation at President Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
Antigua and Barbuda's only psychiatric hospital is in a woebegone state, Gemma Handy reports.
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