Finnish Independence Day party moved after 'double-booking' with far-right parade.
Hundreds of police officers go on an impromptu strike saying they will not enforce a curfew.
Radio host Frank Dane apologises for ambushing a young pop star with a naked man as she sang live.
Architect blames sluggish bureaucracy for his 'creative solution'.
The Indian woman could not provide fingerprints or a retina scan to get her new welfare card.
A US lawyer convicted of social security fraud is captured in Honduras after six months on the run.
Crew members aboard the International Space Station are treated to a special meal.
Scientists hope the public will help them record the sounds of the amphibians via an app.
The new law was rushed through parliament last month.
The PM has days to get Brexit talks back on track after the DUP objects to Irish border proposals.
PM Malcolm Turnbull proposes sweeping changes to laws on espionage and political donations.
A gay couple snubbed by a baker as they tried to buy a wedding cake head to the Supreme Court.
Jeffrey Feltman's visit to Pyongyang is the first by a United Nations senior official in six years.
The hugely talented actor was also the most good looking Indian movie star, writes Aseem Chhabra.
Bryan Singer says the studio fired him after he fell ill while filming Bohemian Rhapsody.
Australian police arrest two people in clashes over a talk hosted by the ultra-conservative figure.
BBC Minute finds out what foods will be popular in 2018.
But the directive covering Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen still faces legal challenges.
Yellow lights and even yellow fountains are not allowed as campaigning for Catalonia's election begins.
A pair of amateur explorers discovered the "once in a lifetime" find after searching for years.
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