Pope Francis will visit the women's prison in Santiago on Tuesday and meet some of the inmates.
The story behind the unique artworks brightening up Japan's streets.
Moshe Holtzberg, 11, returns to India with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu on an official visit.
Sora Aoi announced she was married on social media last week, sparking a frenzy on the Chinese internet.
PSG's latest Ligue 1 win ends in controversy as the referee aims a kick at a Nantes player after they collide - then sends him off.
A Reuters witness says police in Tunis fired tear gas to disperse an anti-austerity protest.
Rescue teams continue to search muddy debris for survivors in Santa Barbara County.
The Palestinian president calls Donald Trump's Middle East peace efforts the "slap of the century".
The government seeks to calm days of unrest, seven years after rallies launched the Arab Spring.
The US media regulator says the error that produced panic in the state was "absolutely unacceptable".
Sheikh Abdullah makes a video statement saying the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi is holding him captive.
After Hawaii's false missile alert, what's the advice in the event of a real ballistic threat?
Rescuers are still verifying the scale of the damage, with one death confirmed so far.
Sarah Alkashgari, 18, helped at the first football match in Saudi Arabia allowing female spectators.
The president overrules a government decision to let women buy alcohol for the first time in decades.
Residents and visitors recall fear and panic, as officials are asked how the blunder happened.
Actor Mark Wahlberg gives $1.5m he earned from a film reshoot to Time's Up after an equal pay row.
The outgoing leader is accused of shunning her vice-president to support George Weah in the election.
Mario Testino and Bruce Weber have challenged or denied the claims, as Vogue suspends work with them.
The Pegasus Airlines plane plunges nose first down a cliff but passengers and crew escape unhurt.
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