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Austria's chancellor faces a vote on Monday after a secret video emerged of his coalition partner.
Alabama Public Television refuses to air a cartoon that features two male rats getting married.
Women players say prizes in the Asturias competition highlight problems of sexism in sport.
The legendary Austrian, who was one of the best-known figures in motor racing, has died aged 70.
The Council of Europe's Rights Commissioner accuses Hungary of a series of human rights violations.
In an extraordinary move Spain lets jailed Catalan politicians sit in the Madrid parliament.
The handwritten wills have been found Queen of Soul's Detroit home, a lawyer reveals.
An Indian company had stored the data of 49 million Instagram users in an unguarded online database.
Kami Rita Sherpa broke his own record, climbing the mountain for the second time in one week.
Christchurch mosque attacker Brenton Tarrant is formally charged with terrorism for the March killings.
A dispute over Huawei has escalated with implications for the firm, the tech sector and consumers.
Michael Slater, now a popular Australian commentator, apologises for his "disruptive" behaviour.
Lauda, who won for Ferrari in 1975 and 1977 and McLaren in 1984, underwent a lung transplant in August.
A three-time Formula 1 world champion and non-executive chairman of the Mercedes team, Niki Lauda was one of the biggest names in motorsport.
President Joko Widodo wins a new term in Indonesia, amid fears of unrest and street protests.
Venezuela's embattled leader proposes an early election for the opposition-controlled body.
Swansea-based RNLI lifeguard Darren Williams is on a mission to prevent children drowning in Bangladesh.
Seven million Malawians are voting for a new president in one of the country's most unpredictable polls.
Chorus singer Darwin Prakash never intended to sing professionally until a chance meeting five years ago.
Political parties in India promise water for everyone - but that could be a tough challenge