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Police arrest a man carrying petrol and lighters who entered St Patrick's Cathedral in New York.
Using modern technology to preserve a medieval building is nothing new in France.
In a high-profile case, Borce Ristevski spent years denying that he had killed his wife Karen.
Nusrat was set on fire after accusing her headmaster of sexual harassment, but spoke out before dying.
Nicaraguans in Costa Rica face a backlash from those angry about the growing numbers seeking refuge.
Why Notre-Dame will always have place in the hearts of Parisians and international visitors.
A child known as Baby A became the subject of a high court case that has prompted Kenya to start changing its approach to intersex children.
A project on Indian farmers has won this year's awards.
The announcement is the first public weapons test since US-North Korean talks collapsed.
A team of conservators are working to breathe new life into a collection of Buddha statues destroyed by the Taliban.
Automation could wipe out many jobs in developing countries, says globalisation expert Ian Goldin.
All eight infants now have fully functioning immune systems after undergoing treatment, say experts.
The bus had been carrying German tourists when it plunged off a road near the town of Caniço.
She says her father suggested the role to her, but she told him she was happy in her work.
Students were invited to spit on, and use a knife to cut, the Ohio pastor during a church event.
As the US moves to expand indefinite detention for asylum seekers, here's what you need to know.
Denver schools shut as police sought the woman, who was allegedly obsessed with the Columbine shooting.
Paulette was threatened with deportation to Jamaica despite living in the UK for 50 years.
Law changes agreed by the European Parliament do not pass the "Christchurch test", an official says.
Former US first lady Michelle Obama talks about the Notre-Dame fire during her Paris book tour.