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A security officer who killed an alleged attacker in Amman is among those to return to Israel.
Beata Szydlo pledges to pursue controversial reforms despite "pressure from the street and abroad".
A Republican politician says three female colleagues are responsible for the stalled healthcare plan.
The pop star bows out of the remaining 14 dates due to "unforeseen circumstances".
A woman accused of carrying out illegal surgery is killed in a suspected revenge attack.
The UN Middle East envoy's warning comes amid a surge in tensions in Jerusalem in recent days.
The president is not amused during a photo shoot with outgoing White House interns.
South Africa's first black president's family says the book by his doctor contained personal details.
"All my actions were proper," says Donald Trump's son-in-law after giving evidence to a Senate panel.
A California radio station accuses the celebrated biologist of "abusive speech against Islam".
Three Square Market says 50 employees have already signed up for the $300 (£230) chip.
Ten people are now known to have died after dozens were discovered inside James Bradley's trailer.
Health officials say the animal may have rabies and are urging anyone attacked to seek medical help.
The food giant denies using false marketing for Shredz, a fruit bar critics compare to confectionery.
The band make their first official statement since the singer's death last week.
The cost to Italy's agriculture is estimated to be about €2bn ($2.3bn; £1.8bn), farmers say.
Almost 50 others were injured in the explosion near a vegetable market in the south of the city.
The unprecedentedly high price of tomatoes in India is making people see red.
What Ryan Florez thought would be an easy target turned out to be anything but.
The costumes, the stars, the fans - this is Comic-Con in 90 seconds.