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Opponents of the US president "invented stories" to make his work seem illegitimate, says Vladimir Putin.
The Gulf Clan is Colombia's most powerful criminal gang, smuggling drugs as far as Russia.
There has been an escalation of hostilities since the US recognised Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
The man charged with the wellbeing of India's Madhya Pradesh state has been missing since Tuesday.
Harry Potter and the Portrait of What Looked Like a Large Pile of Ash is the title of a new story created by computer wizards.
Ukraine to broadcast news to Crimean Tatars under Russian annexation.
At least 13 officers are killed during a parade by a bomber wearing a police uniform in Mogadishu.
Super Size Me documentary maker Morgan Spurlock tells of paying to settle a harassment case.
More than 1,000 handwritten notes describe being heard by Australia's huge child abuse enquiry.
Jan Adams met officials in Beijing on Friday amid strained relations between the countries.
Beijing is trying to stop money from moving out of the country in search of stronger returns.
The now infamous line "please tell me that's not your penis" captured the minds of New Zealanders.
Medecins Sans Frontieres' estimate far exceeds the official figure and includes more than 700 children.
Dan Johnson, from Kentucky, died from a single gunshot after stopping his car on a remote bridge.
The secretary of state appears to have been contradicted by the White House and his own department.
An Australian is the fourth foreigner jailed for using fake passes to bring fans into a Singapore gig.
A cake will be cut and there will be gifts for the "birthday girl", India's oldest living chimpanzee.
Scientists stitch together decades of survey data to reveal a hidden world of mountains and canyons.
Gavin Lee presents the key players in the election, with the help of some rather colourful figurines.
Nawal al-Maghafi finds the clashes between former allies in the civil war have destroyed parts of Sanaa.