After decades of allegations, the singer is convicted of running a scheme to abuse women and children.
US troops left Afghanistan in August after the capital, Kabul, fell once more to Taliban militants.
The miners are climbing 1km-worth of ladders to escape the Totten mine in Sudbury, Ontario.
Twins Evan and Lizzy are enrolled in Pfizer's vaccine trial for children between ages five and 11.
It coincides with the high-profile release of Chinese tech executive Meng Wanzhou and two Canadians.
Four-time Olympic champion Simone Biles says she "should have quit way before Tokyo" after withdrawing from five of her six finals in Japan.
Military drivers will be trained up as a precaution, after days of long queues and pump closures.
Six female former judges who are now in hiding speak to the BBC from secret locations in the country.
There are fears that Mark Rutte could be the target of an attack or kidnapping.
Police suspect the explosion and subsequent fire may have been caused deliberately.
CBS says 2.6 million people tuned in for Sunday's two-hour special, down from 5.4 million in 2019.
It came as North Korea's ambassador to the UN said no-one could deny its right to test weapons.
A study finds MDMA concentrations had quadrupled the week after the festival in July 2019.
The move comes after the European Commission threatened to pull funding from the areas.
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