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The disappearance of a key part of Thai history has puzzled and angered democracy activists.
The Supreme Court is to rule on claims which could determine the fate of Nawaz Sharif.
A biometric sensor on the card will be used to verify users' identities when making purchases.
Diplomat Pascal Mazurier, who was accused of raping his three-year-old daughter, was arrested in 2012.
From 1 May, no vehicle will be allowed red beacons, shaking up India's fabled "VIP culture".
First one inmate got a stay, then another court blocked all seven executions temporarily.
Its state-owned oil firm gave $500,000 to the Trump's inauguration, newly released records show.
The US secretary of state says Iran seeks to destabilise the Middle East and hurt US interests.
Applicants will face stricter tests on their English and "Australian values", the government says.
Pyongyang's missile programme has grown, but what do we really know about its capabilities?
Judy Ingels is defying the embargo by flying to Havana for treatment.
Days after Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh lost the December election, the prisons started emptying but Isatu Kanyi is still waiting for her husband.
Jean-Luc Melenchon appears in seven places simultaneously as a “holographic” projection.
Many of Donald Trump's policies have made a lot of noise, but here are some changes you might have missed.
James Phillips' wife Mary was raped and murdered in 1996 and her tormentor is now on death row.
The chemical weapons watchdog OPCW says samples from 10 victims of the deadly attack were analysed.
Police say they seized "a significant amount of cash" after searching her home.
Born in the barrios of Los Angeles, MS-13 has risen to become one of the world's most feared gangs.
Fox News presenter Bill O'Reilly leaves over allegations of sexual harassment of female colleagues.
Defence Secretary James Mattis says that the USS Carl Vinson is now sailing towards North Korea.