The government says a vote on whether to change the country's abortion law will be held next year.
In the camps for people evacuated from areas around Bali's active volcano, people are sad, worried and bored.
The US president says football league protesters are disrespecting American service personnel.
The party leadership said there would be no vote this week on their bill, after support ebbed away.
The ride-sharing firm has complained about provincial rules, including a police background check.
The French president wants countries to co-operate more on security as part of a reformed EU.
The credit report giant's chairman and chief executive, Richard Smith, steps down with immediate effect.
MPs scuffled and threw chairs over a motion that could let President Museveni run again in 2021.
Tempers flared during a debate over plans to lift the age limit for presidential candidates.
Boeing offers $2m to any team of engineers, students or hobbyists who can design a flying machine.
Families say they have been left to fight for care and help for disabled children harmed by sodium valproate.
Social media users have been accusing the US president of not caring about the island's residents.
The 1,111-carat stone is the largest gem-quality rough diamond found in more than a century.
Revelations that the Trump administration used private email is the "height of hypocrisy", she says.
Donald Tusk says he is pleased the UK's aim of "having cake and eating it" in Brexit talks is over.
Chad helps fight Boko Haram militants, while Sudan is on the US list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Reports of a church bell ban have angered Belarusian social media users.
The BBC's Jenny Hill talks to those who voted for the right-wing nationalist party.
The Guggenheim in New York says it has received "explicit and repeated threats of violence".
A US marine has become the first woman to the complete the Corps' gruelling infantry officer training.
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