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An app full of quirky shisha smokers and winking girls in hijabs gives Arabs their emojis at last.
The Red Cross warns that Yemen is living on its "reserves" and that they will run out "very soon".
Beach chairs return to the sands in Phuket ending a ban imposed by the army.
Two guilty of threatening a black family at a child's party receive lengthy sentences in Atlanta.
Motorists in Zimbabwe's capital, Harare, face difficult driving conditions as they try to avoid potholes on the road.
After Kellyanne Conway's casual pose, here are more offbeat moments photographed in the Oval Office.
The raided properties had ties to the mosque used by the Christmas market truck attacker, Anis Amri.
A Unicef report exposes the extreme dangers of violent and sexual abuse faced by child migrants.
Disillusioned by the range of candidates, French pranksters launch a campaign backing Barack Obama
Handle - a human-sized robot that can travel over uneven surfaces and jump over obstacles - makes its debut.
The incident in which 12 people were hurt comes a day after a float crushed people against a fence.
Olivia Leithley, who was staying at the hotel in Sousse, responds to the coroner's conclusion.
The pilot of a drone that knocked a woman unconscious has been jailed for 30 days in the US.
President Donald Trump's senior aide berated after kneeling on the Oval Office sofa with her shoes on.
Every year hundreds of people dance down Cerro Blanco hill in Argentina dressed as the Devil.
Mohammed Sadat was accused of leaking a draft law and sensitive information to foreign groups.
Twelve are dead after an infiltrator allegedly allowed militants into a police checkpoint.
The comment interpreted as referring to asylum seekers was immediately condemned.
The man is suspected of trying to advise the Islamic State group on developing missiles, PM says.
The case is tied to the corruption scandal that led to the impeachment of President Park Geung-hye.