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Australia's first same sex wedding takes place 8 days after legislation is passed.
A leading women's rights advocate says the government should take tougher action on rapists.
Crypto-currencies may have been targeted in order to evade global financial sanctions on the North.
San Francisco's Aquatic Park is closed because of rare attacks by sea lions on swimmers.
Royals from across Europe attend the funeral of King Michael, who spent most of his life in exile.
One of the most important elections in South Africa’s modern history takes place this weekend, with the pick of the new ANC leader.
Peter Jackson says he 'blacklisted' Mira Sorvino and Ashley Judd on Harvey Weinstein's advice.
Steve Smith and Mitchell Marsh put Australia in control of the third Ashes Test in Perth with huge centuries.
A Johannesburg conference will pick a new party leader to succeed South African President Jacob Zuma.
An MP in a dual citizenship row seeks re-election in a poll that threatens the government's majority.
Apotex founder Barry Sherman and his wife Honey were found in the basement of their Toronto home.
After a sluggish first round, the second in Chile's presidential election looks set to be a nail biter.
West African food is tipped by chefs and experts to be big in 2018.
"Don't click 'like'": The death of "rooftopper" Wu Yongning sparks uneasy soul-searching in China.
Five years after the Delhi gang rape Indian women are taking control of the conversation around gender.
What advice do South Africans have for the ruling party as it prepares to elect a new leader?
Senate and House lawmakers reveal final details of the biggest change to the US tax code in 30 years.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson toughens his stance after earlier offering talks with no preconditions.
Matthew Petersen's hearing goes wrong quickly when a Republican senator poses basic legal questions.
Centre-right leader Sebastian Kurz is set to become Europe's youngest prime minister under the deal.