The court rejected the tattoo artist's claim that his tattooing was an art so the law was invalid.
The man who created a fantasy lifestyle and one of the iconic brands of the 20th Century.
Mark Zuckerberg hits back on Facebook after the US president calls the site "anti-Trump".
The report appears to contradict statements from the US man's parents that he was tortured by N Korea.
An Australian court orders Belle Gibson to pay A$410,000 for misleading her readers.
The funeral of South African anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko was held in September 1977.
Replicas of London structures and a sari made out of pure gold are highlights of a Hindu festival.
The BBC's Katy Watson speaks to Venezuelans who are leaving the country for Colombia.
The French government is looking for a new couple to live on Quéménès, off the Brittany coast.
The tiny island of Quéménès is home to a farm, but its current tenants are leaving after 10 years.
Over one hundred painters from all over the world made an animated film about Vincent van Gogh.
The Civil Aviation Authority says the airline has failed to make clear its obligations to passengers.
Time is running out for Cary Gallant, who is going to court to get a liver transplant.
Pictures of Prince Harry's first public appearance with Meghan Markle were beamed around the world.
Paul Horner, who claimed to be behind Donald Trump's win, is said to have died from a drug overdose.
Days after Hurricane Maria levelled countless buildings and killed more than 20 people, the US Navy helped to evacuate residents off the Caribbean island.
Among the planned changes is a cut in the corporation tax rate from 35% to 20%.
Rescuers in Oklahoma City responded to a call of a woman trapped in her car on a flooded street.
The so-called Canyon Fire has spread over 2,000 acres and forced 1,500 people from their homes.
Civilians caught up in a strike on militants during a visit to Kabul by US defence chief Jim Mattis.
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