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One of the men killed was crucified following his execution, an official statement says.
The taxi driver in Sweden lent his credit card for three days to a customer who forgot his wallet.
The head of the military council tells the BBC force will not be used against protesting civilians.
A border militia group's leader is accused of training members to eliminate political figures.
A man with a large backpack can be seen walking into St Sebastian's church just before a device is detonated.
Mini tubs of Haagen-Dazs, champagne and cutlery are going missing from the airline's planes.
Munira Abdulla, from the United Arab Emirates, had been unconscious since 1991 after a car crash.
Judges say ex-presidential favourite François Fillon should stand trial over 'fake jobs' allegations.
A week after the cathedral was engulfed in flames, protective layers are being put in place.
Is the ban a sign of things to come for social media firms unable to halt the spread of misinformation?
The driver reportedly ploughed into the procession because it was blocking the road in northern Nigeria.
The bus was trying to overtake a lorry on a narrow road when it crashed and went over the cliff.
The director admitted unlawful sex with a 13-year-old girl in 1977 and was expelled from the Academy last year.
Teenage activist Greta Thunberg has an uncompromising message on climate change.
The electric carmaker entrepreneur makes a new promise on driverless vehicles.
The musician started work on his autobiography shortly before his death three years ago.
The Grand Duke, who abdicated in 2000, oversaw the duchy's transformation into a financial centre.
Buckingham Palace is expected to announce on Tuesday that the US president will visit in early June.
The death toll from Sunday's bomb blasts rises to 310 and a state of emergency is in effect.
The SS Iron Crown was sunk by a Japanese submarine in 1942, killing 38 sailors.