Ukraine says the "combat mission" at its final stronghold in Mariupol is over, but more troops need to get out.
Turkish President Erdogan accused the Nordic nations of harbouring terrorists wanted by Ankara.
A brutal heatwave is wreaking havoc on the health and livelihoods of India's working poor.
Top Pentagon brass will testify about Unexplained Aerial Phenomena, or UAPs, and national security.
A pregnant woman fleeing a bombed maternity hospital was targeted by a Russian disinformation campaign.
Ranil Wickremesinghe says the country's central bank will print money to pay government wages.
The Japanese man's lawyer says the 46.3m yen ($357,400) meant for 463 people cannot be paid back.
The actress says she believes that she wouldn't have survived if their marriage had continued.
Under the new rules more travel will be permitted to the island and visa processing will speed-up.
Ten people were killed in Saturday's attack - described by Buffalo's police chief as a racist hate crime.
Two years after Joe Biden was elected, American voters return to the polls this November.
Buckingham Palace says the visit, ahead of the line's opening on 24 May, is a "happy development".
Many of the missing are victims of organised crime and hardly any of those responsible are punished.
Elisabeth Borne is only the second woman in 30 years to get the job of French prime minister.
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