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President George Weah is working from home after two black snakes were found in his office building.
Chinese social media users have called for a boycott of the brand following the release of the video.
At least 13 worshippers are killed when a wall collapses at the start of an Easter service.
The latest Saudi women to flee the kingdom travelled to Georgia, where they appealed for help online.
The tabloid has been embroiled in recent high-profile scandals involving Donald Trump and Jeff Bezos.
The country does not want to give itself a bad name in a sport which is rapidly gaining popularity.
The Indian man says he cut off his finger after voting for the "wrong" party by mistake.
The government has been under pressure after a massacre of herders in the centre of the country.
Lucy the rat went missing in downtown Sydney, sparking a social media search and emotional reunion.
The long-awaited report clears President Trump of collusion but his opponents keep the heat up.
The boy had been sleeping inside a campervan when a dingo came and dragged him away.
India's top court has ruled that consensual sex can be rape if a man breaches his promise to marry.
Twenty years on from the school shooting that shocked the US, those who survived are still deeply impacted.
Reality Check looks at misinformation that continues to be shared even when it's wrong.
Could we see mixed synchronised swimming at the Olympics? Russian Aleksandr Maltsev is fighting for gender equality in the sport.
The Swiss psychologist's theories of ego, persona and the psyche underpin the band's latest lyrics.
The likely winner of Sunday's presidential election once played the Ukrainian president in a TV show.
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Fayez al-Serraj, whose troops face an insurgency, feels "abandoned" by his international allies.