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A decisive shift in southern Ukraine is unlikely in the coming months, says a top UK intelligence official.
The goat is taken down from its pedestal on Friday for the second day in a row as temperatures soar.
Author Salman Rushdie, who suffered years of death threats after writing The Satanic Verses, attacked on stage in New York state.
There are fears water levels could dip to the lowest ever recorded on the key German shipping route.
Freya the walrus, a popular attraction in the Oslo Fjord, is in danger from too much attention.
Police believe the alleged gang member could have been burrowing his way into a bank near the Vatican.
The former chancellor has faced criticism over his links to Russian energy companies.
The animal was found incapacitated after consuming hallucinogenic rhododendron plants.
The Ministry of Defence says the blasts have "significantly degraded" Moscow's Black Sea Fleet.
Thousands take part in marches amid fears the president may dispute October's election result.
Her family says she suffered a severe brain injury when her car crashed into a house.
Lee Jae-yong, who was convicted for bribery and embezzlement, has been granted a presidential pardon.
By 2023 J&J will make all its baby powder using cornstarch following legal battles over talc's safety.
The suspect demanded the Lebanon bank release his money, in anger at restrictions on withdrawals.
The suspect fled the scene in Cincinnati and was gunned down after an hours-long standoff.
Hospitals built by Sir Ganga Ram still exist in both countries but not much is known about him.
Darlings, starring Alia Bhatt, is the story of a young couple in love - and violence and revenge.
Traumatised by political upheaval, Hong Kongers are reviving their interest in local pop music.
Malta is the only EU state with a total ban on abortion, but some believe change could be coming.
Wahida Amiri became one of the leading voices against the Taliban's assault on women's rights.