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The American space agency says its InSight Mars lander is on a near-perfect Thanksgiving trajectory.
It is extremely rare for any member of the Supreme Court to clash with a US president.
Kosovo blames Serbia for its latest failed bid to join international police organisation Interpol.
Dramatic footage has emerged of a waterspout hitting the coast in Salerno, south-west Italy.
In a BBC interview, the Saudi FM puts up a robust defence of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
A court clears a controversial poster which critics argued encouraged violence against women.
James Cordier blames the losses that could total $150m on a "rogue wave" in the oil and gas markets.
Supreme Court justices forced into early retirement will be reinstated after a ruling by an EU court.
John Allen Chau, killed by a remote tribe on the Andaman and Nicobar islands, was reportedly an adventurer.
A century ago Gordon Parks was born into poverty and segregation in Kansas. Now his photography is on show in Washington.
Canadian Jessica Clark-Bojin bakes the portraits of pop culture characters directly on to her desserts.
A one-year-old baby miraculously escaped without injury after falling on to train tracks in India.
The Finnish-Syrian man had made global headlines for smuggling toys to children during the Syrian war.
The European Commission says formal sanctions on Italy are warranted over its high-spending budget.
The Freedom from Facebook campaign is using the company's own ad tools to encourage staff to share details.
Shot on the way to his wedding, the man made his vows with a bullet still lodged in his shoulder.
Linlin Kong was arrested at the Conservatives' annual conference in Birmingham in September.
Matthew Hedges is found guilty of spying but his family say the verdict is based on a false confession.
Security has been stepped up along the US border with Mexico, where thousands of migrants from Central America have arrived hoping to seek asylum.
The 26-year-old is charged in a case described as Norway's most extensive sexual abuse case.