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This follows deliveries of the first parts of a Russian S-400 missile defence system to Turkey.
Bird experts say there's been an "incremental increase" in attacks, as people encroach on bird habitats.
Edmonton residents say the new building looks like "a land-locked ship converted to a library".
The disease has killed more than 1,600 people in the African state of DR Congo.
Paul Njoroge, who lost his whole family in the 10 March Boeing crash, gives emotional testimony to US Congress.
Leg bones are found by veterans and archaeologists at a former field hospital in Belgium.
Dutch airline KLM has asked mothers to cover up when breastfeeding, in response to complaints.
Onlookers watched as a huge pod of dolphins - known as a super- or megapod - swam alongside them.
The Mexican kingpin was earlier accused of being behind the biggest supplier of drugs to the US.
India mounted a case to save Kulbhushan Jadhav after he was sentenced to death in Pakistan in 2017.
European papers consider the challenges facing Ursula von der Leyen after her narrow win.
Chennai is India's sixth largest city, but its residents are relying on trucks and trains to bring them water.
A Turkish diplomat has been shot dead in the Iraqi Kurdish city of Irbil, security sources tell the BBC.
In one of South Africa's biggest townships, football is an obsession. But its crime rate means talented players go unseen by scouts, who deem it too dangerous to visit.
Wildlife activists have likened the bear to a superhero after it scaled electric fences to get away.
The firm's plan to launch a censored search engine in China had faced much criticism.
The defendants, who worked for a Kurdish paper, had been charged with making terrorist propaganda.
Start-up NeuraLink wants to start testing its human computer interface on humans.
A hacker targeted the Balkan country's tax agency and reportedly offered local media access to stolen data.
The disaster killed at least 12 people, but many more remain trapped by debris.