The Saudi journalist died after a fight in the consulate in Istanbul, an initial Saudi probe suggests.
The victims were standing on the tracks watching celebrations for the Hindu festival of Dusshera.
The US urges Mexico to stop the caravan of thousands of Central American migrants heading for the US.
The St Petersburg woman is the first to be charged with interfering in the US mid-terms elections.
The FBI believes the girl, who has been missing since Monday, witnessed the murder and is endangered.
The university agrees to pay patients who accuse an ex-campus doctor of sexual harassment and abuse.
"He's my guy," says the US president as he jokes about Greg Gianforte's attack on a reporter last year.
The Arizona man fell down an abandoned mineshaft and went for two days without food or water.
Tim Cook takes an unprecedented step in saying an explosive Bloomberg story contained "no truth".
UK visitors will not need French visas if there is no Brexit deal, the president's team clarifies.
The Wikileaks co-founder has been living in the country's UK embassy in London since 2012.
The move follows President Trump's threat to close the US-Mexico border and cut aid.
A city in Georgia launches a fundraising campaign to restore the monument damaged by Hurricane Michael.
Afghans are set to defy militant threats and fears over fraud as they elect a new parliament.
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