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The deal is intended to end six years of conflict which has killed some 400,000 people.
A report by L'Arche finds that Jean Vanier, who died last year, abused women for decades.
Seoul says the 229 new cases raise the total number of confirmed infections to 433.
The elderly female was spotted roaming a residential area in Monrovia, west of Los Angeles.
The race to decide who will take on Donald Trump in November's election resumes on Saturday.
What the Sussexes could learn from the miserable exile of Edward VIII and his demonised US lover.
Voters born after 1980 had the lowest turnout rate in 2016. What will get them to the polls?
This year São Paulo, Brazil's biggest city, is hosting hundreds of street parties known as 'blocos'.
As Tyson Fury prepares for his rematch with Deontay Wilder, BBC Sport takes you through all you need to know.
Ahead of President Trump's first state visit to India, here's a look at how his predecessors fared.
Girls from very different backgrounds reconnect after three years to address India's divisions.
The anti-Islam AfD is accused of fuelling racist violence, amid German shock at the Hanau killings.
Hit drama Crash Landing on You was made possible by the key insights of one North Korean defector.
The cast of Friends is to reunite for a one off special, more than 15 years since the show ended.
French President Emmanuel Macron said the deadlock showed "we don't need Britain to show disunity".
He says his firm agreed three NDAs with women "about comments they said I had made".
Pressure to hit sales goals led Wells Fargo staff to create fake accounts and collect extra fees.
Lori Daybell, who is allegedly linked to a cult-like group, was detained in Hawaii.
Josipa Lisac gave the controversial performance at the inauguration of Croatia's new president.
The World Health Organization says the number of Covid-19 cases with no clear link to China is a concern.