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Coral is growing on the Great Barrier Reef after first being grown in tanks, say researchers.
The Brazilian firm that breeds wasps in the growing industry of biological pest control.
Botswana played a crucial role in the romance - but the love for Africa goes far further.
The new calendar features an all-black cast inspired by Alice in Wonderland.
Footage from Pakistan prompts fury and concern at the military's role in the country's politics.
Firm says its algorithms are becoming effective at flagging terrorist propaganda but still need work.
It's easy to condemn the wives of autocrats - but why do we expect more of them than their husbands?
A federal judge refuses to block Trump-appointed Mick Mulvaney from serving as CFPB acting director.
British Columbia's environment minister says the province is reviewing the plant's permit.
Sayfullo Saipov is accused of killing eight people after driving a truck into pedestrians in October.
Some residents flee to shelters, others risk staying, as Mount Agung spews out ash.
But the alleged ringleader of the deadly 2012 US consulate attack in Libya is convicted of terror charges.
Monika Jaskolska saw his social media posts about the Fiat 126p and decided to go for a grand gesture.
The Pope lets practical considerations prevail over expectations he speak out against the treatment of Rohingya.
One of the world's earliest urban civilisations thrived in the absence of a big Himalayan river, a new study finds.
Republicans Overseas' Drew Liquerman says President Trump has already achieved more than his predecessors.
The launch is the latest in a series of tests that have increased tensions this year.
The president accuses Democrats of "pettiness" as they call off a meeting after a scathing tweet.
Dozens of people have reportedly been killed in the rebel enclave outside Damascus in recent days.
The new leader is looking to recoup "huge sums of money" to boost Zimbabwe's ailing economy.