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Narinder Singh is the only Sikh candidate in the upcoming Afghan elections.
Changchun Changsheng had blended different batches of vaccine fluid, says state media.
MJ Akbar is the most high-profile figure to be named in the recent flurry of allegations.
A student handed the sugar cookies to unaware students at her California high school.
Protests erupt as India's Sabarimala temple opens its doors to women of all ages for the first time.
Roseanne Barr calls the reason given for her non-appearance in spin-off show The Conners "morbid".
"Tonight it's my turn," tweets the president of Urgence Homophobie after the attack.
Families of those killed in the Yemen bus attack have said they want justice, but don't expect to get it.
The man is alleged to have faked his death for an insurance payout - but did not tell his wife.
Jamal Khashoggi has not been seen since entering the Saudi consulate earlier this month.
Billionaire Hélène Pastor was shot outside a hospital in 2014 in a crime that stunned France.
The online video streaming service is back online after users complained about it not working.
It's all to do with money and timing, says the BBC's Europe editor Katya Adler.
Imran Ali was sentenced to death for the rape and murder that sparked mass protests in January.
The country becomes only the second nation in the world, after Uruguay, to legalise recreational use.
The US wants to negotiate three separate trade deals, but talks with the UK would start after Brexit.
Ian Kiernan's iconic anti-litter campaign, begun in Australia in the 1980s, became a global success.
The UN is allocating $34.6m to help 2.2m people estimated to have been affected by the drought.
Tamer fled Syria seven years ago, but now lives in a historic house in south-west London.
The execution-style killings of two aid workers raised fears that the Islamist insurgency is far from over.