Reality Check examines some of the key lines in the agreement document.
Ten people are on trial over a stampede at the Love Parade festival in 2010 that led to 21 deaths.
"House party enthusiasts" speak against a crackdown in the Hollywood hills.
A plan to purchase new cruise missiles is likely to anger supporters of Japan's pacifist constitution.
The digital currency plunges after hitting a new high on Friday, sparking fresh concerns.
The South African president was accused of raping an old family friend but was acquitted in 2006.
The parents at the centre of an incident that shocked India tell the BBC about their ordeal.
Nacalas International Airport in Mozambique operates at only 4% of its capacity.
The two men attacked Lynette Daly on a New South Wales beach and she later bled to death.
The Japanese plan to force staff home by using a musical drone leaves experts unimpressed.
Reza Zarrab, a key witness in an Iran sanctions trial, says he was moved into the custody of the FBI.
The actor says an Australian newspaper has caused "irreparable damage" to his reputation.
The boy allegedly filmed the killing and posted a video clip via WeChat, media say.
The film-maker "categorically denies" allegations that he assaulted a 17-year-old boy in 2003.
The attack, said to have been sparked by a succession feud, leaves three people dead.
World Cup winner and long-time USA goalkeeper Hope Solo announces she is running for president of the US Soccer Federation.
CCTV shows how the gang managed to steal a secured motorcycle in 10 seconds.
US-Palestinian talks are at risk after Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
The foreign secretary's trip to Tehran will see him urge the release of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe.
Palestinians in the West Bank and Israelis in Jerusalem react to the US policy shift on the city.
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