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George Hood managed to plank for 8 hours, 15 minutes and 15 seconds, and then did 75 push ups.
The judge said this was not a referendum on #MeToo. But at times, the trial felt like one.
Weinstein, 67, is acquitted of the most serious charge against him - of predatory sexual assault.
German police say several people were injured after a driver drove into a crowd in Volkmarsen.
Erick Kabendera had been charged with money laundering, tax evasion and leading organised crime.
Ms Johnson, who helped launch the first American into orbit, was portrayed in the film Hidden Figures.
President Donald Trump is on his first official visit to India.
Julian Assange's extradition trial begins in London on Monday. How does the process work?
Politicians in Prague vote to rename a square by the Russian Embassy to honour a slain Putin critic.
Aalst prompts an outcry over negative Jewish stereotypes, which an official defended as "our humour".
Thomas Thabane and the first lady are accused over the shooting of his previous wife in 2017.
A minister rejects a claim that 50 people have died in Qom, the centre of Iran's Covid-19 outbreak.
US President Donald Trump receives a grand welcome on his first official visit to India.
Shares see big falls on worries about the impact of the outbreak, while gold hits a seven-year high.
Protesters set cars alight near the venue of Latin America's biggest music festival in Viña del Mar.
The "monument of love" has always been an absolute photo-op for every high-profile visitor to India.
Italian police have quarantined the town of Codogno, centre of Italy's coronavirus outbreak.
More infections are reported around the world as governments struggle to contain outbreaks.
François Fillon stands accused of paying his Welsh wife for a job she allegedly never did.
Hundreds queued at a supermarket in Daegu, one of the South Korean epicentres of the virus outbreak.