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The experiment may give insights into how social species have evolved, US scientists suggest.
A judge temporarily allows the screening of a film about a lesbian love affair ahead of the Oscars.
Franco Mulakkal is accused of repeatedly raping a Kerala nun, sparking unprecedented angry protests.
The president demands evidence of the sexual assault Brett Kavanaugh is accused of committing.
A rare gulper eel is caught on camera displaying its huge pouch-like mouth in Hawaii.
He left the body of nine-year-old Peggy Knobloch in a forest 17 years ago, prosecutors say.
James Ricketson is granted a royal pardon after he was jailed in Cambodia on spying charges.
A landslide in the Philippines has killed more than 20 people, reducing hillside homes to rubble.
Officials believe the spaceship Hayabusa-2 has put rovers on an asteroid's surface, making history.
The building dedicated to the Colombian drug lord's life did not have the correct permit to operate.
A nanny who killed her employer and three children in a house fire is executed in Zhejiang Province.
The social network will no longer send employees to work at the offices of political campaigns.
The ad, meant to celebrate a festival for elephant-headed deity Ganesha, offended Hindus instead.
All eyes were on nine young golden retrievers at Chile's annual military parade in Santiago.
China tells the US to withdraw sanctions on its military over Russian weapons purchases.
At least 86 bodies are found after the overcrowded vessel overturned close to shore on Lake Victoria.
EU chief Donald Tusk's controversial social media teasing of Theresa May is part of a wider strategy.
Criminologists explore a food safety scare in Australia, and what could be motivating copycats.
Katherine and Kadzo met in Nairobi to reflect on that day, and those who saved them.
Philippine police say survivors under rubble after the deadly landslide used phones to ask for help.