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EU judges tell Austria to compensate an ex-policeman in a gay sex case going back to 1976.
A film about Manmohan Singh is a hatchet job on him and his party months before elections, say critics.
The Chinese video streaming service blurring earrings worn by male actors has sparked a debate online.
Two years into a history-defying presidency, the BBC's Nick Bryant assesses how Donald Trump may be remembered.
Members of Congress who were due to join the trip are left sitting on a bus at Capitol Hill.
Thousands of students skip school in Belgium to join a march demanding action on climate change.
The rapper says federal workers going back to work without getting paid needs to be taken seriously.
Five key takeaways from the US secretary of state's breakneck tour of the Middle East.
Oliver famously penned the line: "What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"
Poker champ Scott Wellenbach has been called "the people's hero" for donating all his winnings.
A large explosion kills at least eight people outside a police academy in Bogotá.
Kirk Woodman was kidnapped on Tuesday by gunmen from a mine in the northern part of the country.
The shark, believed to be one known as Deep Blue, weighs 2.5 tonnes and is nearly 20ft long.
Enes Kanter explains why he won't be attending his team's NBA game in London.
Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, in prison for raping followers, is found guilty of murdering a journalist.
North Korean negotiator Kim Yong-chol is on his way to the US ahead of another possible Trump-Kim summit.
Former security aide Alexandre Benalla is in custody over his alleged use of diplomatic passports.
The 21-year-old also hoped to attack a synagogue and Washington monuments, says the FBI.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe says a no-deal Brexit looks "less and less unlikely".
Helicopters dropped explosives to prevent larger snowslides after heavy snowfall in the region.