Ukraine says 264 fighters - some badly wounded - have been taken from the Azovstal steelworks.
Turkish President Erdogan accused the Nordic nations of harbouring terrorists wanted by Ankara.
Ten people were killed in Saturday's attack - described by Buffalo's police chief as a racist hate crime.
Under the new rules more travel will be permitted to the island and visa processing will speed-up.
The actress says she believes that she wouldn't have survived if their marriage had continued.
Two years after Joe Biden was elected, American voters return to the polls this November.
It reverses a decision by his predecessor Donald Trump to withdraw some 700 troops from the country.
The Perseverance robot climbs a slope that could record evidence of ancient Martian biology.
The chain opened in Moscow in 1990 as the Soviet Union was opening its economy to Western brands.
As tensions build over Northern Ireland, concerns of a trade war between the EU and UK have surfaced.
Christian leaders in Jerusalem accuse Israel of violating an agreement to uphold religious freedom.
Chief executive Parag Agrawal says the firm is confident that less than 5% of users are spam accounts.
The alliance begins one of its largest military exercises, as Finland and Sweden seek to join.
Italian police say pro-Russian hackers targeted the contest, which was won by Ukraine.
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