The US defence secretary is in Afghanistan for talks on strengthening the country's military.
Some of the people evacuated because of an active volcano in Bali couldn't leave their pets behind.
A driver spotted the four-week-old infant in a car seat, along with a birth certificate and cash.
The peninsula's recent history is littered with alarming misperceptions, argues John Nilsson-Wright.
The companies have issued statements criticising one another.
She says she is the first "sologamist" in Italy, but solo weddings are on the rise worldwide.
One activist called it a "great victory", while another said she was going to buy her "dream car".
Twitter says short tweets cause users "frustration" - but many people react with cynicism.
Yos Clark taught himself ballet online and has been awarded a scholarship to study dance in England.
Masked men broke into the centre in the city of Chihuahua and opened fire on the patients.
Yingluck Shinawatra denied negligence over a costly rice subsidy scheme and fled Thailand in August.
Manal al-Sharif is just one of the many women who fought for the right to drive in Saudi Arabia.
Families in Puerto Rico say they are facing the aftermath of Hurricane Maria alone.
Activists celebrate as King Salman issues an order allowing women to drive for the first time.
There are fears the US trade ruling could jeopardise jobs in NI, where Bombardier employs 4,100 people.
Two-time Super Bowl winner Osi Umenyiora says President Donald Trump is the one "disrespecting the US flag" in a passionate response to the anthem protests around the NFL.
A fire at a military arms depot in central Ukraine prompts the evacuation of more than 28,000 people.
Mr Trump says he will travel to the US territory on Tuesday in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
The Australian eatery is criticised for suspending a taxidermied animal above diners.
The airline wants the proposed planes to fly people on short-haul routes, possibly within 10-20 years.
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