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The Venezuelan leader alleges that National Security Adviser John Bolton is leading the coup plot.
Maria Butina, who has ties to a Russian banker, is expected to plead guilty in a plea deal.
The government dismisses a BBC investigation into detention centres as "fake news".
The woman says if companies were able to spot she had been pregnant, they should also have realised she was bereaved.
"A rich country cannot have poor workers," the PM said, announcing the biggest hike for decades.
Former CAR militia leader Edouard Ngaïssona is arrested over alleged crimes against humanity.
Michael Cohen, the ex-Trump lawyer who once said he’d take a bullet for the president, is given 36-month jail term.
A robot has featured on Russian TV but turns out to be a man in a suit.
Syria state media says hundreds of bodies "subjected to torture" were found in a former IS area.
A government-backed scheme for supplying medicine brings accusations of a "high-tech vanity project".
Cardinals George Pell and Francisco Javier Errazuriz are removed from Pope Francis's inner circle.
Get your head around the sprawling saga of alleged collusion between the Trump team and Moscow.
Evelyn Berezin put the Data Secretary on sale in 1971, creating a new industry.
Twitter's chief executive says he needs to learn more about the plight of the Rohingya in Myanmar.
The move could strain Turkey's ties to the US, who back the Kurdish militias likely to be targeted.
Eyewitnesses to the shooting in a Strasbourg Christmas market share their stories.
Environmentalists oppose the plan to build the plant in one of East Africa's best-known game reserves.
The animals were thrown onto the senate floor from the visitors' gallery as a protest.
In its annual vote, the Japanese people picked the character "disaster" to symbolise their year.
The Indian girl accused her father of "cheating" because he broke his promise to build her a toilet.