Speaking about a possible run, she said that she "went into prayer," to help her decide for the 2020 election.
Ceremonial firing illegal in India but remains rife across South Asia.
Japan's Sanitary Equipment Industry Association has finally ended years of confusion over the the nation's electric toilets.
Leahman Glenn Robert Potter, 48, was arrested at his home in a Pennsylvania town.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri is in Saudi Arabia for the first time since his dramatic resignation from Riyadh in November last year.
British woman Jemma Lilley, who was "obsessed with serial killers", is sentenced to life imprisonment for "bucket list murder" of autistic teenager Aaron Pajich in Perth, Australia.
Local prosecutor Carlos Bustamante told newspaper El Comercio the incident occurred around 9:20 am on Monday (26 February) when airport workers spotted three objects falling from a commercial flight.
Though the entire exploit starts and ends in a split second, it can be seen in incredible detail thanks to a super slow motion camera.
Defending NBA champions, the Golden State Warriors, plan to tour an African-American museum in Washington instead of making the traditional visit to the White House.
Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha has now promised to hold election no later than February 2019.
"Who's gonna tell her?" one Twitter user asked.
Aiden Cooper's actions were "chilling and manipulative", which poses a risk of causing serious harm to other people, Judge Steven Coupland said.
Egyptian singer Sherine Abdel Wahab sentenced to six months in prison after joking about parasites in River Nile.
Coca-Cola addict Sara Tuohey, who weighed 150kg and glugged eight cans of the soft drink a day, shed a whopping 96 kilos.
The Afghan government offers to recognise Taliban as a political force, provide passports and withdrawal of sanctions in return for talks.