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The company says it was less trouble than going to the bank.
At one point 40 people watched the broadcast but nobody reported it to police.
He was told by US border officers to drink a liquid he was carrying; it was liquid methamphetamine.
A school being used as a shelter for displaced people was hit on Monday night, activists say.
Belgium's king leads a minute's silence for victims of the airport and underground station attacks.
The crush at toilet break time has killed two and left 20 injured, reports say.
It was left on a commuter flight after a passenger had left the animal, which was listed as a pet, in the cabin on a previous flight.
The video comes amid a flurry of rocket engine tests and missile launches in North Korea.
The aircraft ban on electronic devices was prompted by an Islamic State group threat, says US media.
A North Korean missile launch has failed, South Korean defence officials say.
They were first set up after a bloody attack on a military-run school that killed 134 children.
How the toxic pests, described as "dispersal machines", are thwarting efforts to halt their advance.
What was behind the blockade of a hugely popular Buddhist temple outside Bangkok?
What began as a joke is now spreading across the island, ahead of the World Baseball Classic final.
The photo of Sebastien Bellin was one of the iconic images of the Brussels Airport bomb a year ago.
The men of Algerian and Nigerian descent were detained on suspicion of planning a terror attack.
In our series of letters from African journalists Yousra Elbagir looks at Sudan's rich history of lyrical resistance at a time of state censorship and control.
Gemma Handy speaks to Montserratians about their Irish roots and why they celebrate St Patrick's Day.
Patrizia Panico will make history when she manages the Italian male under-16 national team.
Best friends make legal history in Canada by becoming first to co-parent.