The visit is seen by some as a turning point in India's position on the Jewish state.
North Korea says it has successfully tested a long-range "intercontinental" missile.
The man had been made to go into a mental hospital by his wife and relatives.
A former police officer in Japan has a collection worth a quarter of a million dollars.
US military officials say it was an intermediate range missile, which flew for about 37 minutes.
Geddel Vieira Lima, a former cabinet minister, has been charged with obstruction of justice.
US media say the sacking comes amid claims of sexual harassment at Fox Sports.
The US government has a vivid warning for people planning to celebrate with fireworks.
The effigies of 43 presidents crumble in a Virginia field, after a history-themed park went bust.
The AirAsia X plane let off loud bangs and sparks before landing safely in Brisbane, passengers say.
IS militants are using female suicide bombers in the fight for the old city, Iraqi troops say.
A taxi has crashed into pedestrians at an airport in the US.
Many refugees sent to the Baltic states later go elsewhere, creating another headache for the EU.
A look inside AltSchool, where computer programmers are trying to supercharge education
What has happened to IS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who last appeared in public three years ago?
As more reporters are killed in broad daylight, activists insist the state must do more to protect them.
Nigeria and Arsenal legend Nwankwo Kanu inspired millions across Africa as a player. Now he wants to make a difference off the pitch, by improving healthcare on the continent.
Amir Shah from Mumbai started dancing two years ago but is off to one of the world's top ballet schools.
Former world number one Tiger Woods says he has completed an "intensive" programme to help him manage his medication.
State-run love hotels disappeared in the 1990s when they became hurricane shelters.
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