A police informant says he was told that the driver was "unaware" the air conditioning had failed.
The US president warns some US states will attempt to arrest women crossing state lines for access.
People in San Antonio gathered to mourn the 53 migrants who were found dead in a lorry on Monday.
Republic of Ireland manager Vera Pauw says she was raped and sexually assaulted by three men.
Ship tracking reveals the route of a grain shipment from Russian-controlled Ukraine.
The singer is briefly overwhelmed at the start of her first public concert for five years in London.
If convicted on drugs charges Brittney Griner faces up to 10 years in prison.
Couples tie the knot nine months after the country voted for marriage for all.
The Wikileaks founder seeks to appeal against a decision to extradite him over leaked files.
Popular gamer Technoblade, who had cancer, signed off in a farewell message read by his father.
The overnight strikes hit a residential building and a recreation centre in a village, officials say.
Some 60% of the country's population faces severe acute food insecurity amid food aid cuts, aid workers say.
The rise is being driven by two new sub-variants of Omicron which are spreading quickly.
While Ukraine considers the soup to be a national dish, Russia has repeatedly refuted the claim.
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