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It prompted a warning from the Japanese government for people in northern areas to take cover.
The former president weighed bombing Mexican drug labs and nearly fired his daughter, a new book claims.
The event in Malang is to remember those who died during a crush at Indonesia's Kanjuruhan stadium.
Mani Ratnam's new film is based on what is widely considered to be the greatest-ever novel written in Tamil.
Little has changed 10 years after the mob killing of four students that shocked Nigeria.
Pakistan's worst floods in years have left millions homeless and lacking clean drinking water.
Demonstrations are happening across the country following the death of a woman detained by morality police.
Russian officials say Ukrainian armour has made advances in the south and east.
But she did not reverse the decision to remove titles from four of her grandchildren.
Sacheen Littlefeather, a Native American actress and activist, has died aged 75.
Abuse and misconduct "had become systemic" in the United States' top-flight National Women's Soccer League (NWSL), an independent investigation finds.
The 44 coins found in Israel date to the Muslim conquest of the area in 635, archaeologists say.
More than 10,000 people donated to the fund, which will supply a modernised T-72 tank named Tomas.
Capt Ibrahim Traoré is the latest young officer to seize power in France's former colonies in Africa.
In his first comments on the unrest, Ayatollah Khamenei accuses its enemies of planning "riots".
Ramzan Kadyrov claims his sons, aged 14,15 and 16, are well trained and ready to fight for Russia.
Kim Kardashian has agreed to pay $1.26m after regulators charge her in EthereumMax case.
President Cyril Ramaphosa's state visit next month will be the first of King Charles' reign.
Fellow climbers saddened by her death in the Himalayas recall an inspirational figure to a generation of women.
Native American Sacheen Littlefeather declined Marlon Brando's award for The Godfather in 1973.