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The president cites footage the US says shows Iranian forces taking a mine off one of the ships.
Hong Kong is one of the world's top financial hubs, but is this status now at risk?
Uganda's Ebola strategy is working despite border security problems, says the BBC's Anne Soy.
But World Health Organization says it is an emergency in the Democratic Republic of Congo and needs more funding.
Some embassies have been finding different ways to express support for LGBTQ+ Pride month.
A Berlin court rules that it was illegal to advertise how abortions were carried out.
Iran's policy of strategic patience under punishing US sanctions may be coming to an end.
The state will no longer allow parents to claim religious exemption from vaccines for school children.
The boy was ripped from strangled Marlen Ochoa-Lopez's womb and died after two months on life support.
The BBC's Fergal Keane speaks to witnesses and victims of the violence in Khartoum, which left at least 100 protesters dead.
Several of Carrie Lam's advisers urge her to delay a controversial extradition bill amid protests.
Supporters of the levy say it will help women keep their hair natural, but others express outrage.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders is resigning from her role as White House press secretary.
Some letters the singer wrote to his muse sell for more than five times their pre-sale estimates.
A landslide has hit southeast China following days of heavy rain and flooding that has killed over 60 people.
Prison looms if Ornella Muti does not pay damages for calling in sick to attend a Russian event.
Edith González, who spent decades in Mexican TV, film and theatre, had been diagnosed with cancer.
They say a more thorough investigation is needed into the crisis that left 12 dead in Michigan.
The city of Toronto erupted in celebration after its basketball team, the Raptors, won America's NBA.
The Toronto Raptors beat defending champions the Golden State Warriors in the sixth NBA Finals game to win their first title.