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The US theme park defends its record after Virgin Holidays stops selling tickets to its attractions.
Rohingya Muslims are still being targeted by the military, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says.
The request follows pleas by an ethnically Uighur Australian to be reunited with his wife and son.
He led the court's liberal wing and wrote more dissenting opinions than any justice in US history.
Andrea Camilleri's books won international acclaim and changed perceptions of Sicily.
Sudan's ruling military council and opposition leaders sign power-sharing accord after all-night talks to end crisis.
The Puerto Rican megastar has praised the "bravery" of protesters in the country.
A group of four Democratic congresswomen targeted by President Trump's tweets have condemned them in an interview with CBS.
Scientific review shows they are as leakproof as other sanitary products, say researchers.
Discussing sex has long been socially awkward in the Arab world, but there are signs that attitudes are changing.
Some in the US state of Virginia are appalled by the president’s tweets about lawmakers - but others stand by him.
After three bouts of trembling in public, Germany's Angela Merkel health has come under scrutiny.
Feeling closer after watching a video together can be experienced by chimps as well as humans, say scientists.
The world’s most powerful drug kingpin was enamoured by his own legend and it cost him his freedom.
A new medical guide aims to improve the chances of saving children's lives, and limbs, in war zones.
The symbolic resolution "strongly condemns" Mr Trump's comments which have been branded as racist.
What are the roots of the women Trump told to "go back" - and how many Americans are from somewhere else?
Timothy Mwangi has cared for chimpanzees for nearly two decades at this rescue centre in Kenya.
Could a year's global plastic waste circle the Earth four times over?
The wife of a Norwegian pensioner convicted of espionage in Russia has spoken to the BBC about her anger at the intelligence service.