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Valery Seleznev said the sentence was "passed by man-eaters" and that his son was "abducted".
The freeing of the US-Egypt prisoner tells us a lot about President Trump's deal-making behind the scenes.
The incident comes after two days of often violent protests against President Maduro's government.
India's Supreme Court has sent back an incomprehensible judgment to a High Court judge.
Gambian footballer Hamadou hoped to pull his family out of poverty by going to Europe, but tragedy befell him.
Vicki Russell says she was left 'distraught' when Air Canada failed to get her an alternate flight.
The Taliban says that it has inflicted casualties on the Afghan army at its base in Mazar-e-Sharif.
The Cassini satellite is about to put itself on a path that will take it to destruction in September.
Rouaa lives in Lebanon after a chemical attack forced her from her home in Damascus, Syria.
The Michigan couple allegedly performed the procedure on girls between the ages of six to eight.
Moscow courts reject flight attendants' claims that Aeroflot favours slim, attractive women.
Paris Champs Elysees gunman named as Karim Cheurfi. Officials say a note from IS group was found near his body
Civil liberties activists hail the ruling, but a Muslim advocacy group finds the surname insensitive.
Unverified footage appears to show soldiers shooting dead unarmed detainees in the northern Sinai.
Marseille voters tell us if their voting intentions have changed after a gunman killed a policeman in Paris.
Minibus crash leaves at least 20 children dead near South African capital Pretoria, officials say
Aya Hijazi was flown back to the US on Thursday night with her family on a US government jet.
Charity urges caution after a ruling in Italy about mobile phone use and brain tumour growth.
US Defence Secretary James Mattis says Damascus would be ill-advised to use chemical weapons again.
A Qatari hunting party kidnapped in Iraq has been freed after 16 months, an Iraqi official says.