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The UN should put Saudi Arabia back on a list of violators of child rights, two rights groups say.
The charges are brought against people for conspiring to celebrate a gay wedding.
The US and South Korea are carrying out a combat training exercise.
The US secretary of state says Iran seeks to destabilise the Middle East and hurt US interests.
The airline is fighting claims by some stewardesses that it prefers to employ slim, attractive women.
An ex-Miss Italy finalist goes on national TV three months after acid was thrown in her face, allegedly by an ex-boyfriend.
The hospital says she can now fit into a wheelchair and sit up for longer periods of time.
The Supreme Court rules there is insufficient evidence of corruption to remove PM Nawaz Sharif.
As a tight campaign ends, the vote depends on an unpredictable electorate.
Raised coastline could end the threat of sea erosion for the time being.
Musician plays in public in the city for the first time since Islamic State jihadists banned music.
Boris Behncke lives near Mount Etna and monitors the volcano.
Musician Ameen Mukdad gives his first public performance in the Iraqi city of Mosul since IS banned music and seized his instruments.
Billionaire government critic Guo Wengui has denied allegations that he bribed a top official.
The American Gigolo star appears alongside Kirsten Dunst in a new advert directed by Sofia Coppola.
The disappearance of a key part of Thai history has puzzled and angered democracy activists.
A biometric sensor on the card will be used to verify users' identities when making purchases.
Diplomat Pascal Mazurier, who was accused of raping his three-year-old daughter, was arrested in 2012.
From 1 May, no vehicle will be allowed red beacons, shaking up India's fabled "VIP culture".
First one inmate got a stay, then another court blocked all seven executions temporarily.