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A viral clip of bullied Australian boy Quaden Bayles has triggered an outpouring of support globally.
The government employees said they had to stand naked in a room together during the tests.
Residents' power was cut as firefighters worked for three hours to free the man.
Pupils in New Mexico allegedly have had their online data tracked, says the state's attorney general.
The sisters last saw each other in 1973 and each thought the other had died under the Khmer Rouge.
A discovery at an ancient temple divides experts over possible links to the city's legendary founder.
Bills approved in parliament put Catholic-majority Portugal on a path to making euthanasia legal.
Mother of two Mercedes Kierpacz was shot dead while out buying pizza and a drink.
Mosques and transport hubs will get extra police as the Hanau killings are seen as racist terror.
More than 200 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed in South Korea, with many linked to a religious group.
The constitutional court rules a loan to Future Forward from its businessman founder was illegal.
Police accuse Thomas Thabane and the First Lady of murdering his previous wife in 2017.
A seven-day "reduction in violence" between the two sides will begin on Saturday, officials say.
The nine-month-pregnant nurse was portrayed as heroic for continuing to work on the frontlines.
Comments that the man who killed his family may have been "driven too far" sparked fury in Australia.
US intelligence agencies reportedly warned Congress of the alleged meddling in a meeting last week.
A viral clip of bullied Australian boy Quaden Bayle has triggered an outpouring of support globally.
A dashcam captures the moment a meteor illuminates the night sky in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.
The PM calls the development an "emergency" situation, and two cities are declared "special care zones".
"What was that all about?" Trump asked as he spoke at a campaign rally in Colorado.