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While murder has long lost the capacity to shock in El Salvador, Gustavito's death has hit a nerve.
The former gymnast, a darling of the 1972 Munich Olympics, auctions off her medals to pay the bills.
Juergen Kantner was abducted in November and a ransom deadline passed on Sunday.
A group of unsuspecting Hollywood tourists were given the surprise of their lives when their tour led them to the Oscars.
Top of the list to find new, effective antibiotic treatments for are bacteria that poison the blood.
We go behind the scenes at a National Front rally in Nantes.
Reykjavik has seen its biggest snowfall in 80 years - one Icelander used time-lapse to capture all 51cm (20in).
South Korea's intelligence agency says four North Koreans wanted by Malaysia over killing are spies.
Saidy Brown discusses the extraordinary reaction after she disclosed her HIV status on Twitter.
Togolese striker Francis Kone saves the life of goalkeeper Martin Berkovec, who almost swallowed his tongue during a Czech league match.
George W Bush says in a rare TV interview that a free media is needed to call those in power to account.
Once repaired, the bridge could help the Iraqi government bring in reinforcements and supplies.
The shooting of a suspected gang boss is the single deadliest of its kind in the country for years.
As President Park awaits a ruling on her impeachment, the acting president also comes under fire.
The vehicle went into reverse, crushing a number of dancers and spectators against a fence.
Public broadcaster is forced to play classical music, and sees its audience grow.
A former aide to far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen makes new fraud claims.
Speculation is rife and defectors are unnerved by the death of the North Korean in Malaysia.
The former Australian and New Zealand internationals were arrested outside a Paris nightclub.
Director Asghar Farhadi's The Salesman won best foreign language film but he boycotted the awards.