The murder of exiled Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 still overshadows US-Saudi relations.
John Geddert, who headed the 2012 US women's gymnastics team, took his own life, officials say.
The strike in Syria follows attacks on US personnel in Iraq and is Joe Biden's first military action.
Jamie Spears is a "dedicated and loyal father" who stopped her being exploited, his lawyer claims.
The dairy group looking into the hard butter issue has called for a freeze on palm fats in cow feed.
The diplomats had no choice as Pyongyang has banned trains from leaving as part of Covid measures.
The Equality Act would prevent discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
A plumber and his family drove over 1,500 miles to Texas to help repair winter storm damage.
K-pop superstars Blackpink have emerged as the latest force in the global fight against climate change.
The disappearance of Melissa Caddick - who is accused of stealing from investors - has flummoxed police.
Protected land reserved for Brazil's indigenous communities is being traded on the social network.
A teacher in the north-western Zamfara state tells the BBC at least 300 girls are unaccounted for.
Eritrean troops killed hundreds in Aksum in Ethiopia's Tigray region, witnesses tell Amnesty and the BBC.
The monarch, who had her first dose of the vaccine in January, said it "didn't hurt at all".
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