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The daughter of President Donald Trump is leading the U.S. delegation at this weekend's closing ceremony for the Pyeongchang Games.
Some 50 young women remain missing after Boko Haram attacked the village of Dapchi in Northern Nigeria, with fears they have been kidnapped.
Billy Graham, who long suffered from cancer, pneumonia and other ailments, died at his home in North Carolina, spokesman Mark DeMoss told The Associated Press.
Supporters of Sufi leader Nourali Tabandeh have been holding sporadic sit-ins near his home in Tehran.
The volcano, one of three currently erupting in Indonesia, was dormant for four centuries before exploding in 2010, killing two people.
The Russian delegation at the Pyeongchang Olympics has announced that one of its athletes has failed a drug test.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says ideology and doctrine should not stand in the way of continued EU-UK security cooperation after Brexit.
Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux have announced they are to split up, in a decision that they made last year. The couple announced it publicly to quash speculation.
Ramaphosa was the only candidate nominated for election in the parliament after two opposition parties said they would not participate.
Reince Priebus, former chief of staff to US President Donald Trump, has said that the chaos inside Trump's White House was even worse than reported.
Donald Trump's budget is a direct indicator of just how little weight his administration is giving to the increasingly dire warnings from climate scientists
The Danish royal family has no political authority, but is one of the world's oldest kingdoms and prides itself on stability.
Agents from the Hawks, an elite police investigative unit, entered the compound of the Gupta family in an affluent Johannesburg neighbourhood.
Ailing Danish prince has battled dementia and pneumonia in recent months, and is not expected to live much longer.
If Zuma rejects any instruction from his own party to resign, the matter could go to parliament for a vote on a motion of no confidence.
President Donald Trump unveiled a $4.4 trillion budget for next year including a bid spending spree on the military.
New York state attorney Eric Schneiderman has filed a lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein and the Weinstein company over sexual misconduct claims.
All 71 passengers and crew on Russian plane feared dead after it crashes in a snowy field just 40km from takeoff.
An adviser to Poland's president thinks Israel's negative reaction to a law criminalizing some statements about Poland's actions during World War II stemmed from Jewish shame.
A Cambodian woman who threw a shoe at a billboard depicting Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen has been arrested after being repatriated from Thailand.