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Mount Agung erupted four times on 25 and 26 November, sending ash 4,000 meters (13,000 feet) into the atmosphere.
27 children were among the victims of the deadliest assault by Islamic extremists in Egypt's modern history.
The United States will cut off its supply of arms to Kurdish fighters in Syria.
A series of cases of child abuse of toddlers by their teachers and carers has caused nationwide anger.
Workers walk out demanding better wages from the American online retail giant.
Maker of industrial components joins growling list of scandal-ridden Japanese companies.
Mugabe was not attending Friday's swearing-in, and ruling party officials have said he will remain in Zimbabwe with their promise that he is "safe" and his legacy as a "hero" will stand after his fight for an independent Zimbabwe.
The 44 crew members of ARA San Juan are feared dead after reports that the missing Argentine submarine exploded.
The European Union has already upgraded its growth forecast for the eurozone this year to 2.2%
Navy declined to speculate whether "hydro-acoustic anomaly" might have been an explosion, saying experts did not know what it was.
Emmerson Mnangagwa, who will be sworn in on Friday, was accused of leading a violent crackdown on opponents in the 2008 presidential election.
Rohingya Muslims live in segregated conditions in the Buddhist-majority Myanmar, where they are regarded as stateless people and unwelcome migrants from Bangladesh.
The accusations against Weinstein have opened a floodgate, sparked an international conversation and put new pressure on companies, industries, and political leaders to respond.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson blamed Myanmar's security forces and "local vigilantes" for what he called "intolerable suffering" by the Rohingya.
Franken said in a statement, "It's difficult to respond to anonymous accusers, and I don't remember those campaign events."
Poland's state-run news agency PAP says Polish authorities banned Richard Spencer from entering 26 countries in Europe's visa-free Schengen area for five years.
Kate McClure started the Gofundme.com campaign after she ran out of gas on Interstate 95 and homeless man Johnny Bobbitt Jr. walked a few blocks and bought her some with his last $20.
Austrian police say cyber-thieves transferred bitcoins worth more than €100,000 (£89,000, $117,000) from a man's account while he was logged into a restaurant's public WiFi.
China's former top internet regulator and censor is being investigated by the ruling Communist Party's anti-corruption arm.
Sayfullo Saipov charged with providing material support to Islamic State, eight counts of murder and 12 counts of attempted murder in aid of racketeering.