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A bridge under construction has been destroyed after a partial collapse killed nine people.
The son of the assassinated former Pakistani PM is standing for parliament for the first time.
Authorities look into why there was a cabin pressure loss, forcing the plane to sharply descend.
Nato's secretary-general hopes the bloc will agree to fund Afghan security forces until 2024.
The rescue gripped the world and now has the attention of film producers and the tourist board.
Once the Chinese tech giant pays a $400m deposit it can start buying US-made parts for its phones again.
Dancers were left in the dark after the rodent gnawed through key power cables in Adelaide.
A decision to rename the iconic Mughalsarai train station has sharply divided opinions.
An Ethiopian journalist hopes to be reunited with his Eritrean wife and two daughters after 16 years.
Mapplethorpe's sister Nancy recalls the formative years of the artist who shocked America.
Croatia fans say a place in the World Cup final "means everything" to the country of four million.
Threatened reefs can be protected by eradicating destructive rats on tropical islands, scientists say.
Why are the boys in quarantine? Were they sedated during the rescue? We answer the key questions.
UK company Babylon Health is testing an artificially intelligent medical chatbot in Rwanda.
Can we use roads to generate power, make toilet paper and help increase the bee population?
It took 17 years to build Sydney Opera House. The lead engineer, Sir Jack Zunz, describes how the architect quit, costs spiralled and locals thought it a joke.
South African Ntando Mahlangu won silver in the Rio Paralympics, four years after walking for the first time.
How Palestinian militants are using 'fire kites' and balloons to attack Israel.
The price of Brent crude sinks almost 7% to $74.30 a barrel after Libya said it will boost supplies.
But some are debating whether the cosmetics entrepreneur is truly "self-made", as Forbes says.