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The FBI Director said there is an on-going investigation into Russia's ties to the Trump campaign.
The German Chancellor says "all necessary measures" are being considered after Turkish president's taunts.
Norway is officially the happiest place on earth. So why don't we just do as they do?
Italian public broadcaster Rai apologises for airing discussion that stereotyped Eastern European women.
A shirt worn by the New England Patriots' Tom Brady during Super Bowl has been found after an investigation involving the FBI.
Fifa bans Ghanaian referee Joseph Lamptey for life for "match manipulation" during a 2018 World Cup qualifier between South Africa and Senegal.
The UN warns that an additional 320,000 civilians may be displaced as troops push into the Old City.
Democrats may seek to portray Mr Gorsuch as insufficiently independent of the president.
The border crossings were shut as tensions soared over a wave of deadly militant attacks.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympic golf venue votes to admit women as full members, after risking being stripped of the event under previous policy.
The waiter in California has been fired after demanding to see customers' legal documentation.
Elderly drivers offered funeral home discounts if they surrender their licences.
Profiles of the leading candidates to become France's president in the election in April and May 2017.
Soot from vehicle exhausts is being recycled into ink. BBC Click's Spencer Kelly reports
Noma Dumezweni, one of the stars of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the West End, helps mark spring equinox.
The raids come a day after rebels launched a surprise offensive on the area around Abbasid Square.
US Marines are given social media guidance after some were found sharing nude photos of female colleagues online.
On the US border with Mexico, families of migrants talk to their loved ones through a steel fence.
Joining forces with Idea Cellular makes it India's biggest telecoms firm.
South Korea claims China is treating its companies unfairly over an anti-missile defence system.