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Critics are concerned the president has appointed a loyalist with no experience to a key cabinet role.
Social media users share memes about Elizabeth Warren's performance at the US Democratic debate.
The prime minister says he will retire in July, as police accuse him of murdering his estranged wife.
Cid Gomes was wounded when two shots were fired at him as he drove a digger at a police picket line.
Infections are linked to one woman, as South Korea confirms its first death from the covid-19 virus.
Others are injured as a train crashes near the Australian town of Wallan, in Victoria.
Edson Suemitsu produces handmade katanas, a type of curved sword used by samurai in ancient Japan.
Former refugee Sirak Asfaw found it in a suitcase and has protected the crown for the past 21 years.
The company says it sent the strange "1" alert to Samsung devices by mistake.
A man and a woman are detained in connection with the death of seven-year-old Fátima Aldrighett.
Three new buyers want to help the fashion chain retain its US stores and expand overseas.
Roma are set to have talks with other European clubs about raising awareness of missing children after a groundbreaking social media campaign.
The billionaire faces off against opponents for first time in a slugfest debate worthy of Las Vegas.
The pair, in their 80s, were taken off the Diamond Princess after contracting Covid-19.
Larry Tesler was responsible for many of the innovations that made personal computing accessible.
Celebrities including Justin Bieber were among those whose data was stolen, one report said.
It had been argued that the Jägermeister logo could offend Swiss Christians.
Australians on the drought, dust, fire and floods of one of the most turbulent summers in memory.
Atsede Nguse's husband disfigured her in Ethiopia, but well-wishers have helped her recovery.
When Matthew Hahn saw what was inside a safe he had stolen, he knew he had to do something