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President Obama dismisses suggestions that he is responsible for the rise of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
Part of one of Argentina's biggest attractions, the Perito Moreno Glacier known as the White Giant, has collapsed, crashing into the water.
European stock markets have fallen and the euro has soared following the economic stimulus measures announced by the European Central Bank.
Some 13,000 migrants are now stranded at the Idomeni camp on the Macedonia-Greece border where conditions have been described as 'truly dreadful'.
A court in South Africa rules that the killer of anti-apartheid hero Chris Hani should be freed on parole after more than 22 years in prison.
Wired magazine, which mistakenly replaced Donald Trump's name with the text "Someone With Tiny Hands" on its website, explains how the error occurred.
Why India's huge 'spiritual' festival has run into trouble
Pope Francis brings in new regulations for the Vatican's process of making saints after alleged abuses of the system.
Brazil has now confirmed 745 cases of microcephaly in babies, and is investigating more than 4,000 suspected cases.
A standing-only trial on escalators at a London Underground station is to be extended after an initial test resulted in a 30% improved passenger flow.
Ukrainian military pilot Nadiya Savchenko, who is on trial in Russia over the killing of two journalists, ends a hunger strike that she started last week.