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President Rouhani says Gulf States, backed by the US, enabled the deadly gun attack that killed 25.
Shipping firm Massoel says pirates boarded a cargo ship and kidnapped 12 people in the Niger Delta.
The rare copperhead was discovered in a garden in Virginia and is unlikely to survive in the wild.
The Australian scare over needles in strawberries spreads as needles are found in Auckland fruit.
India has launched its new flagship health insurance scheme, dubbed "Modicare".
The man, who says he is from Birmingham, has been captured in Syria on suspicion of being an IS member.
Photographs of Terry Laurmen, 75, napping with his furry friends have been shared thousands of times.
From the Gladys Godfrey case to the alleged Golden State Killer - catching criminals through their relatives' DNA.
Plans to play top flight competitive Spanish games in North America are only part of a plan for worldwide growth.
In a country where food is already expensive, the people are set to vote on tighter quality control.
The sight of hungry Venezuelan migrants on country roads has become commonplace in South America.
Solo yachtsman Abhilash Tomy is stranded in the Indian Ocean 3,700km off Perth in Western Australia.
Shan Tianfang was loved across China for his emotional storytelling through the ancient art of pingshu.
The island nation's Chinese-backed leader seeks another five-year term, with India watching closely.
US cable giant wins rare blind auction process set by the UK's Takeover Panel with £30bn offer.
Christine Blasey Ford agrees to appear at a Senate panel over the Supreme Court nominee allegations.
Supreme Leader Khamenei says "regional US puppets" were behind a gun assault in Ahvaz that killed 25.
Italy arrested the six fishermen at sea earlier this month on suspicion of smuggling migrants.
A catwalk on the Great Wall of China plus other stories you may have missed this week.
It cuts the journey time to mainland China - but Chinese police will be allowed to operate in Hong Kong.