The Bithumb exchange is probed after users' details were reportedly stolen from an employee's home PC.
The Swedish carmaker says all its new models will be electric or hybrid by 2019.
Criminal investigators say they are looking for evidence not only of tax fraud but organised crime.
Barcelona striker Lionel Messi agrees a contract extension which will keep him at the club until 2021.
It's 50 years since the start of the Biafran war, one of Africa's bloodiest post-independence conflicts. What was the Nigerian conflict about and why does it still matter today?
As the battle for Mosul nears an end, hospitals are overwhelmed with patients - many of them children.
Poland's nationalist government is delighted the US president is visiting. But why is he going?
An all-girl team is to watch their robot compete in the US via Skype, after they were denied visas.
Attorney General Luisa Ortega Díaz has refused to appear in court amid stand-off with president.
Online users can now rent luxury handbags including brands like Louis Vuitton and Gucci.
The two countries have been locked in a month-long dispute along part of their shared border.
Individuals and groups are involved in exporting "an illiberal, bigoted Wahhabi ideology", a report says.
Police used water cannon in Hamburg to remove demonstrators who had set up tents in a park.
It is the most detailed picture of indiscriminate killings after European arrival, researchers say.
Heavy rainfall has led to severe flooding in much of southern China.
The singer tells her dog to "go chase some koalas" in an advert for an Australian department store chain.
US and South Korea conduct military drills in response to North Korea's ICBM launch.
China says foreign experts can visit to assist Nobel winner Liu Xiaobo, who has terminal liver cancer.
Some believe the intercontinental ballistic missile tested on Tuesday could reach Alaska.
Pictures of men misbehaving with the life-sized image of the firm's female employee went viral.
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