New documents reveal the "strongest evidence yet" of China's crackdown on people in Xinjiang.
Hundreds of US citizens who were on the coronavirus-hit Diamond Princess face further quarantine.
Hamas militants hacked dozens of smartphones by posing as female admirers, Israel's military says.
Meet the medics and lawyers across America who are using the app to help educate the public.
The move comes as the US car giant retreats from more markets to focus on more profitable countries.
The man claims he was sacked for criticising the Australian PM, but authorities have denied it.
Japanese men brave the cold in loin cloths for a festival marking the start of spring.
Nikita Pearl Waligwa had been diagnosed with a brain tumour and died in Uganda at the age of 15.
A buyout collapsed, leading to the app closing and a presenter paying for final game's $5 prize.
Scientists at the Open University are studying minerals collected during the 1969 Moon landings.
Problems with the electronic voting system led to the municipal election being suspended four hours in.
The UK and EU will "rip each other apart" as they vie for advantage, France's foreign minister says.
Ten others were injured as people queued for food and money in the southern town of Diffa, reports say.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola tells friends he intends to stay at the club despite their ban from the Champions League for the next two seasons.
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