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A German court fines Heckler & Koch and convicts two ex-staff for illegal arms exports to Mexico.
Empire star Jussie Smollett said he had suffered a homophobic attack in January.
Two of Israel's strongest candidates announce an alliance in a bid to beat the PM in April polls.
The world wants more than condemnations, the Pope tells a summit on child sexual abuse at the Church.
Zion Williamson, the 18-year-old tipped to be the next big thing in basketball, is injured after only 33 seconds on Wednesday as his Nike shoe falls apart.
Kingston jumped out of his family's truck as they were fleeing a deadly wildfire in town of Paradise.
The Beresheet robot is a privately funded venture that aims to land and hop across the lunar surface.
It's not the most conventional journey, but Kim Jong-un could be making his way to Vietnam by rail.
Julie Bishop has been the highest-ranking woman to serve in the two-term government.
France's president says that attacks seem to be at their worst level since World War Two.
Dozens have been killed by a blaze which spread through an ancient district of the capital.
At least 60 people are killed after a blaze spread in the tightly-packed, centuries-old area.
The white nationalist planned to "murder civilians on a scale rarely seen" in the US, prosecutors say.
Can a big new bridge, train and museum convince Senegal to vote for Macky Sall as president again?
A year after the targeted killing of journalist Jan Kuciak, marches are planned across Slovakia.
On death row in Malawi, Byson Kaula was nearly executed three times - but the hangman always stopped work before it was his turn.
Photographer Annie Risemberg documents the French bread bakeries that are ubiquitous in Bamako. Mali.
How millions suffered from exposure to toxic chemicals sprayed by US forces during the Vietnam war
Cardinal Oswald Gracias, the Archbishop of Mumbai, did not tell police of a child abuse allegation.
Beverley Bass was ordered to divert a trans-Atlantic flight during the events of 9/11.