For the first time in decades, Cuba has a leader who is not a Castro - but don't expect big changes.
Scientist Vladimir Uglev has no doubt the agent that poisoned the Skripals was made in Russia.
King Mswati III declares the change at events celebrating independence and his 50th birthday.
Ten-day-old Maile's debut on the august chamber floor comes a day after senators quashed a baby ban.
Lance Armstrong agrees to pay $5m (£3.5m) to the US government to settle a long-running lawsuit that could have cost him $100m (£71m) in damages.
The role is not hereditary and will not pass automatically to the Prince of Wales.
As investigators study an alleged chemical attack, one group is spreading its unsubstantiated take.
Temperatures have hit 29.1C in London, making it the warmest April day for nearly 70 years.
The ex-FBI chief tells the BBC the US is becoming "numb" to the president's "impulsive behaviour".
In an example of human natural selection, Asia's Bajau people have evolved bigger spleens for diving.
Mid-air explosion that blew out a window was similar to a 2016 incident on a Southwest Airlines jet.
Detectives in Pittsburgh are ordered to bring riot gear to work as a precaution.
Experts explain how Donald Trump might avoid diplomatic gaffes and forge peace with Kim Jong-un.
Tennessee lawmakers stripped the city of funding as retaliation for the controversial statues' removal.
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