Opposition parties condemn the deployment of troops for the president's speech as a "declaration of war".
Danish Cancer Society campaign asks people in five countries to help Danes stay safe in the sun.
A second separatist commander is killed days after another pro-Russian rebel dies in a car bombing.
Finance Minister Ali al-Emadi expects spending to continue at that level for three to four years.
Judges focus on the limits of presidential power and whether the ban is unfair on Muslims.
Indian cricketer Mohit Ahlawat hits an extraordinary 72-ball triple century in a local Twenty20 match in Delhi.
Pictures of the feast have been circulating online and drawing condemnation.
Chief Minister O Panneerselvam is "not convinced" he should make way for new leader Sasikala.
BBC Persian's Jiyar Gol reports on the arduous lives of Iranian Kurdish goods smugglers.
The wife of the Russian opposition activist, Vladimir Kara-Murza, says she believes her husband was poisoned.
The married pair, both 19, could face life in prison over the alleged plan in Sydney.
The election is set to take place despite intense attacks by the Islamist group al-Shabab.
A family in China tracked down seven generations of living descendants for the ultimate family photo.
Severe weather and a number of tornadoes have left a trail of destruction in Louisana.
Malcolm Turnbull criticises the state-owned postal operator for paying its chief too much.
The setting sun perfectly aligned with Melbourne streets to cast a golden light between skyscrapers.
Asli Erdogan could face life in jail after being accused of involvement in Turkey's failed coup.
After more than five decades of armed conflict, ELN rebels sit down to negotiate a peace deal.
Sweden has been experimenting with six-hour days but now the trials are over, has it really worked?
Turkish author Asli Erdogan was jailed for 136 days over her links with a pro-Kurdish newspaper.
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