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The president says he feels "somewhat" vindicated over his allegations of wiretapping.
The rape, which was allegedly committed by undocumented immigrants, has led to community outrage.
A religious TV channel in Senegal blames an unidentified saboteur after it broadcast a porn film.
Renovation work at the church where it is said that Jesus was buried leads to an historic find.
Three schoolchildren from France are among those injured in the Westminster Bridge attack.
A Spanish village whose residents were at odds over a planned waste dump have overcome their differences with an art project that transformed it into an open-air gallery.
An IT expert appears in court charged with stealing $39m from Kenya's national tax authority.
The US secretary of state says it is "only a matter of time" before the IS leader is dead.
Germany is tightening up rules on expelling home-born foreign-national terror suspects
Police say the incident is "highly regrettable" and launch a manhunt for four officers.
Steven Curtis allegedly posted his ex-wife's absentee ballot for last year's presidential election.
Agriculture ministry hopes the initiative will stop people buying fatty imported meat.
More than 70% of the country's population relies on food aid, the United Nations says.
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Julia Samoilova is banned from the event in May for performing in Crimea since its annexation.
The head of eurozone finance ministers, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, faces calls to resign in Portugal and Spain.
The German cabinet says homosexuals handed post-war sentences under a Nazi-era law should be cleared.
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium lead a minute's silence at Zaventem airport in Brussels.
Ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort reportedly worked for Russian oligarch to assist President Putin.
The ex-oil executive says his wife convinced him to be secretary of state, a job he did not want.