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The judge cited the president's own words calling the order "a weapon" against local governments.
South Africa is in for a rough ride as the ruling ANC prepares to choose President Jacob Zuma's successor.
Following years of drought, California's deserts have erupted with a "super bloom" of wildflowers visible even from space.
They're optimistic of success ahead of next year's Winter Olympics.
Bruno Fernandes, jailed for the 2010 murder of his ex-girlfriend, was freed on parole in February.
Controversial Beziers Mayor Robert Menard said schools in his town had too many Muslims.
In March 1974, Chinese farmers unearthed the greatest archaeological find of the century, the Terracotta Army. Archaeologist Li Xiuzhen has worked on the site since the 1980s.
This is part of fundraising efforts by conservationists to save the near extinct species.
The former US president previously admonished "fat cat bankers".
Abu Jaafar's job is to find people desperate enough to give up parts of their body for money.
Homo naledi could be from just 200,000 years ago, not three million, a study suggests.
The Connecticut man said his wife was killed by an intruder with a voice like actor Vin Diesel's.
English literature students at Delhi University may soon study how to write good Facebook posts.
If cash for a wall is left out of the budget bill, a government shutdown can be averted this week.
The attack was revenge for Russian action in Muslim countries and Chechnya, a statement says.
It rebuffs a request by a committee investigating former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
The UN earlier asked for $2.1bn amid warnings that war-torn Yemen is on the brink of famine.
Masahiro Imamura has apologised for saying it was "rather good" the 2011 disaster missed Tokyo.
The BBC's Laurence Peter examines what really divides election rivals Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen.
The singer will give young women the chance to study the creative arts, music, literature and African-American studies.