Two more MPs will have their eligibility for office tested while eight others avoid being referred.
Los Angeles and New York see particular surges as the national figure rises by just under 1%.
Beijing accuses Australian politicians and media outlets of damaging trust between the nations.
The move, part of a massive US-South Korea military exercise, is seen as a warning to Pyongyang.
Serena Williams enters the 2018 Australian Open in January, according to the tournament's director.
A Buddhist guide to the cycle of birth, death and rebirth and how to escape it.
In this Viewsnight, LSE fellow Brian Klaas sets out four scenarios for American democracy in 2020.
Big names like Apple and Facebook were talking about China's internet in Wuzhen this week.
Syrian government forces are trying to starve rebels into submission and those suffering include children.
The city's importance explained, as Trump is set to announce plans to move the US embassy in Israel there.
The opposition candidate had been set for victory when the counting unaccountably stopped.
Lesser-known facts from the people of Finland as their country marks its centenary.
The Senate candidate, embroiled in misconduct claims, has created a rift among some churchgoers.
A small chain of supermarkets in Denmark is selling what it calls "surplus food", products which have passed the "best before" date or have not quite met manufacturer's rules.
A number of bears rescued from captivity get a second chance at life in a sanctuary.
Instead of shouting to be heard, Nigerian soldiers are being told to learn more languages.
The ritual forces women to have sex for three days, often with strangers, after their husbands die.
Mark Tully on how the events in Ayodhya 25 years ago challenged Indian secularism.
Police searching for the 24-year-old Nebraska woman says "digital evidence" led them to a body.
The fast-moving fire is bearing down on the cities of Ventura and Santa Paula.
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