Police also found an explosive device at the suspected bomber's flat.
French presidential candidate Francois Fillon has had flour thrown in his face while campaigning in Strasbourg.
A father grieves for his baby twins, wife and 20 other relatives killed in Syria's suspected chemical attack.
The move is expected to anger China, which claims almost all the waters in the disputed sea.
The House intelligence chairman Devin Nunes is now himself under scrutiny from an ethics panel.
An ad will appear at the top of users' news feeds, linking to advice on how to identify fake news.
It's now legal to trade rhino horn in South Africa after the highest court in the land lifted a ban.
Her lawyer expects her release after friends and family offered the huge sum in cash and property.
Malaysians in Sibu town are steering clear of chicken wings after tonnes were dumped then dug up again.
Pepsi's protest ad fell flat but the fizzy drinks maker isn't the only global brand to have got it really, really wrong.
She will speak at an event intended to promote a dialogue for a "non-racial" South Africa.
The move allows for a return to democracy after a 2014 coup, but the military will retain influence.
Police were unable to match the suspect's DNA to the crime scene.
Japan's Hirado city is attracting tourists by offering one couple a chance to be its castle's lord and lady.
There could be another writers' strike, which would affect talk shows, dramas and sitcoms.
Witnesses said the Palestinian driver accelerated towards two Israelis waiting at a bus stop.
Among the evacuation from floods in Edgecumbe, New Zealand, one man saved dozens of stranded residents.
The US president says his attitude towards Syria and its president has changed "very much".
The emaciated body of Katerina Laktionova, 27, was found floating in a suitcase at an Italian port.
The book was on sale in the Netherlands until angry parents noticed the dictator's inclusion.
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