Rvindra Gaikwad is able to fly again after India's aviation minister intervenes on his behalf.
Basque militant separatist group Eta will announce plans to disarm and hand over its weapons.
The little girl, who is malnourished and struggles to communicate, was found in a forest.
Reigning Olympic and London marathon champion Jemima Sumgong is the latest high-profile Kenyan athlete to fail a drugs test.
Until this week, President Donald Trump opposed taking action against the Assad government in Syria.
Dax J played a dance remix of the Muslim call to prayer at a music festival, sparking outrage.
Lee Jae-yong is accused of giving money to a friend of the former president for political favours.
The country's small and medium-sized firms say a "hard Brexit" would harm both Germany and the UK.
The country will be the first in the world to legally sell the drug over the counter for recreational use.
Weekly quiz: In which country were men holding hands this week?
The "femtech" market is booming, but are apps aimed at women effective and reliable?
President Woodrow Wilson had tried to avoid being caught in the European conflict. What changed?
The country is taking radical steps to try and make a hazardous stretch of coastline safer.
The US is considering possible military action following a suspected chemical attack, reports say.
At least 27 children were killed in the alleged chemical attack on Tuesday.
"Mr Warmth" was best remembered for his comedic insults and late-night talk show appearances.
Astronomers make the first detection of an atmosphere surrounding a "super-Earth" planet.
The party rams through a Supreme Court nominee after the first filibuster of its kind in five decades.
Jacob Staudenmaier from Arizona needed to go the extra mile - his intended date is actress Emma Stone.
Einstein, an African grey parrot which lives in a zoo in Tennessee, mimics a dog's bark, a wolf’s cry and more.
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