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The first lady said Mira Ricardel "no longer deserves the honour" of serving in the White House.
Plans to redistribute land from white farmers to landless black people are raising deep feelings. Here's why.
How Thai government critics risk being accused of "fake news" – and having the law turned against them.
The APEC summit is now underway in Papua New Guinea, but why are attending CEOs and other guests staying on cruise ships?
Authoritarian leader Ramzan Kadyrov forces citizens who complain to retract what they said on TV.
Michael Avenatti is in custody in Los Angeles on suspicion of domestic violence, US media report.
Rick Scott, a candidate in a close US Senate race, says he will step away from his elections role.
European leaders welcome UK PM Theresa May's announcement that her cabinet supports a draft deal.
Michelle Obama talks politics, family and the important role her mum played in their time at the White House.
It's not the first time Florida hasn't been able to confirm a result more than a week on from voting.
Irish TD Ruth Coppinger brandished a lacy thong in parliament amid an outcry over a rape trial.
"No journalist has a First Amendment right to enter the White House," its legal memo reads.
Astronomers have discovered a planet around one of the closest stars to our Sun.
The US president's derisive tweets came on the anniversary of the deadly Paris terror attacks.
Police in Granada saved the German shepherd on Monday, and are running a Twitter poll to name him.
The Australian athlete says flyDubai could not supply him with a wheelchair on a seven-hour flight.
A cyanide-laced drink has been found in the home of corruption whistleblower Jorge Enrique Pizano.
The deadliest blaze is 35% contained as the search for victims in the town of Paradise continues.
Lifting of the arms ban, asset freeze and travel restrictions follows a historic deal with Ethiopia.
Mountain gorilla: Conservation efforts appear to be paying off for large, charismatic animals.