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The charge will wipe out profits, but Boeing says it hopes the aircraft will resume flying this year.
The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says the average temperature was 61.6F (16.4C).
Berkeley's municipal code will swap gendered words such as “manpower” with neutral terms.
Donald Trump says a ship "took defensive action" after being approached in the Strait of Hormuz.
The US financier is charged with running a "vast network" of underage girls for sex. He denies this.
The US President inaccurately claimed he quickly told his supporters to stop their racist chant.
Governor Ricardo Roselló is urged to quit after leaked sexist, profane and homophobic text messages.
They killed two Scandinavian women, who were found beheaded in the Atlas mountains in December.
An advocate for the homeless says using children's song Baby Shark as a deterrent is "inhumane".
The US ambassador to Poland said the stickers would promote hatred and intolerance.
Briton Paul Gilmore says he always hoped to receive a reply to the note he dropped from an ocean liner.
Researchers say the mosque, dating from the 7th or 8th century, would be a rare find anywhere.
Officials vow to proceed with the Thirty Meter Telescope despite protests by native Hawaiian elders.
Protesters are calling for the resignation of the governor following a leak of homophobic messages.
The chants, directed at non-white Democratic congresswomen, have been rebuked by some Republicans.
Four Russians and two Nasa engineers emerge from four months in a Moscow "spacecraft".
Thousands of Russian women evoke #metoo to tell social media why they 'need public attention'.
US congresswoman, Ilhan Omar, responds to chants of 'send her back' at Trump rally in North Carolina.
The group of Israeli teenagers, aged from 15 to 18, have been remanded in custody.
The vessel and its 12 crew were smuggling one million litres of fuel, Iran says.