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Police remove underwater sculptures from the Fairmont hotel in move critics say is aimed at 'courting religious vote'.
Survivors share stories online after Trump questions Christine Blasey Ford's sex assault allegations against Kavanaugh.
US president's pick for a seat in the Supreme Court is accused of sexual assault, possibly derailing the nomination.
1MDB corruption scandal was 'atrocious' and stiff action must be taken, prominent politician says.
Incumbent president has a double-digit lead over his closest rival, Prabowo, whom he defeated in 2014.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said 'concrete frontiers' of the demilitarised zone set to help stop attacks.
The Saudi-led military coalition has been accused of bombing multiple civilian targets, including hospitals.
What is Alzheimer's? What are the signs? And how can families cope with a disease that can affect all aspects of life?
Quarrying operations suspended in parts of Philippines after a new landslide kills dozens in Mangkhut's wake.
Theresa May faced headlines on Friday detailing her 'humiliation' at an EU summit in Salzburg over her Brexit proposal.
Another 30 were wounded in the early morning crash in Bakwa district of Farah province.
Latinos in the US with Alzheimer's is projected to increase 832 percent by 2060.
Coffee producers are calling on leading high-street companies like Starbucks and Nestle to subsidise farmers who are struggling.
Cancellation came a day after rival South Asian nations decided to meet in New York City next week at UN summit.
Environmental campaigners say the mud being dumped into the sea by the nuclear plant may contain dangerous radioactive materials.
Nigeria's ancient tradition of selling young girls to settle their parents' debt puts them in perpetual poverty, illiteracy and slavery.
For 12 centuries the spiral minaret of the Great Mosque at Samara has survived storms and wars. But perhaps its greatest danger is from neglect.
Since the coup that removed Thailand's largest party from office, political gatherings of five people or more have been outlawed.
Syrian opposition fears Bashar al-Assad will cement grip on power.
We quiz the country's former deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim and speak with investigative journalist Seymour Hersh.