Demonstrations led by schoolchildren are taking place in hundreds of cities around the world.
The US president made a "troubling" promise to a foreign leader, an intelligence official alleged.
Speaking at a town hall event, Canada's PM was questioned over how many times he's worn blackface.
Virginia Giuffre says in a US TV interview that she was "trafficked" to the Duke of York.
Some three million expressed an interest in raiding the US base to "see aliens", but 75 turned up.
The country's film censorship board decrees that Hustlers is "not suitable for public screening".
Bill de Blasio says it's "clearly not my time" as he drops his bid to be the Democrat candidate.
Millions of people join a global environmental strike led by schoolchildren.
A mystery illness that has blighted diplomats in Havana may have been due to fumigation, a study says.
The two have heaped praise on each other and now Scott Morrison will get a rare state dinner.
Police say mining giant Vale and German auditor Tüv Süd used falsified documents to certify the dam.
Kotaro Matsushima scores a hat-trick as Japan defeat Russia in the opening game.
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