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Rights groups fear the referendum, which was organised in just a few days, won't be free or fair.
Two 14-year-olds held in Florida allegedly planned to burn and bury their victims' bodies.
Christopher Ahn is the first person to be arrested over the incident, reports say.
A murky dispute between Balkan neighbours resembles the plot of a TV spy thriller.
Nigerian Arinze Stanley Egbengwu creates hyper-realistic pictures that look like photographs.
Henri Astier explains why Notre-Dame's turbulent 850-year history proves its power for renewal.
Released Sudan activists describe being arrested and detained as protests continue in Khartoum.
Vijayprakash Kondekar, 73, is still hoping that he will one day be elected to India's parliament.
Zan TV is Afghnaistan's only television channel just for women. What will happen to them if the Taliban return to power?
Mr Trump's call suggests he endorses General Haftar, unlike some of his allies.
A suicide note left by the ex-Peru president stated that he did not want to suffer "injustices"
The Turpin children tell the court they still love their parents as they are imprisoned for life.
Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky and President Petro Poroshenko clashed in Kiev's Olympic stadium.
Last year's Hurricane Michael is upgraded to a Category Five, only the fourth such storm to hit the US.
The British supermodel says she was told a photo campaign would not be used because of the "colour of [her] skin".
Processions have taken place in France, Jerusalem, India and Kenya.
Video on Facebook shows the armed right-wing vigilantes stopping migrants in the New Mexico desert.
Turkey is investigating links between the suspected spies and the murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
The transitional authority would replace the military junta which toppled President Bashir last week.
Democrat Jerry Nadler says the redacted version "leaves most of Congress in the dark".