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Deputy head teacher Sarah Hay is the world number one woman jouster.
The count in Papua New Guinea's election is delayed in one province following accusations of witchcraft.
The US says it was the most serious fighting in eastern Ukraine so far this year.
The German giant claims a Russian business broke sanctions by shipping its turbines to Crimea.
A Chinese school is criticised by parents and social media users for making children bring an iPad.
Two travel agencies say they have been told the ban will be announced on 27 July.
Japan woke up on Friday morning to intense scrutiny of its First Lady's proficiency in English.
Justine Damond's case has shocked Minneapolis, but it is being watched as closely in her home country.
Some Palestinians call for a "day of rage" over metal detectors at the Old City holy site.
Abhishek Prasad played the instrument to help doctors treat involuntary muscle spasms in his hand.
Reports say Mark Corallo disagreed with the strategy to discredit the team leading the Russia probe.
Agreement includes strict measures to prevent pests and plant diseases being brought into China.
An innovative Indian effort to increase its tiny Parsi population shows signs of success.
An Australian woman's shooting was caused by the "actions of one individual", the police chief says.
Take a tour of Panmunjom - in the demilitarized border zone where North and South Korea meet for talks.
The deaths were reported on Kos following a 6.7 magnitude quake in the Aegean Sea.
Samples are taken from the painter's body to settle a paternity case brought by a tarot card reader.
The secret to an HIV vaccine may be in a cow's tummy, US researchers say.
Our correspondent visits the ancient city of Harar as it celebrates its 1,010th anniversary.
After Colombia legally recognises a union between three men, will polyamorous marriages follow?