The PM's plan to fast-track a Brexit law fails, making the UK's EU exit on 31 October less likely.
The PM wins MPs' support for his Brexit bill - but not his timetable for passing it in three days.
Ties between the two allies were undermined for "political reasons", a top diplomat tells Congress.
It comes as Boris Johnson "pauses" his Brexit bill after MPs reject his fast-track Commons timetable.
The "historic" accord aims at keeping Kurdish forces from the Turkey-Syria border.
Two members of the group get four-year sentences for assaulting left-wing activists a year ago.
Belgian Paralympian Marieke Vervoort ends her own life through euthanasia at the age of 40.
Nike announce chief executive Mark Parker will step down from the role next year, just weeks after the company's Oregon Project was closed down.
The book was hailed as one of the most important feminist novels in Korea - but also led to outcry.
Chan Tong-kai's case led to plans for changes to extradition law, triggering broad anti-government protests.
Three people - including baby twins - were injured after the emergency vehicle careered into them.
President Piñera says he's ready to forge "a new social contract" as unrest continues in the cities.
Coastal erosion threatened to topple Denmark's Rubjerg Knude lighthouse - but now it's being moved.
Former world champion Oscar De La Hoya is accused of sexually assaulting a woman at his home in 2017.
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