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Four people who were once cult members explain the dangers of life under someone's influence.
Rebecca Henschke's life as a correspondent in Indonesia was only possible, she says, thanks to four patient women who helped raise her children.
The new Royal Family member will take on its mother's US citizenship and need to file US tax returns.
The plane, developed by Stratolaunch, is designed as an airborne launch pad for satellites.
House Democrats give revenue officials until 23 April to hand over the president's tax returns.
Ceremonies have taken place to mark 100 years since British troops shot hundreds of civilians dead.
Members of the Hazara community demand better security after a bombing in Quetta kills 24 people.
Thais celebrate Songkran, a Buddhist festival often called the biggest water fight in the world.
Leaders of the street protests in Khartoum are unmoved by the military's sudden change of leader.
The 64 African migrants will be redistributed among four countries after being stranded at sea.
They will be allowed to reunite with their parents living under protected status, a court has ruled.
Police have charged Emmanuel Deshawn Aranda, 24, with attempted murder over the alleged attack.
Gene silencing drugs spared patients from the crippling pain caused by porphyria, in a clinical trial.
North Korea's leader says a third summit with President Trump is possible if the US changes tack.
US officials say the Fisher-Price product has been linked to at least 30 infant deaths.
Mulunesh Bejiga provides food, drinks and support for mourning families of the ET302 crash.
Claims and rumours spread on social media dispute the size of the Chinese workforce in Indonesia.
A Chinese restaurant in New York, run by a white couple, has been accused of cultural appropriation.
The former head of Venezuela's military intelligence is detained on US drugs charges.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.