President Trump says IS is defeated in Syria and this was his only reason for having forces there.
"Damage limitation" measures will cover key sectors, including transport, finance and citizens' rights.
A probe into private messages and other user data says firms had more access than they requested.
Grandparents often step in when mums and dads can't. But a US experiment shows the difference they can make.
Jeremy Corbyn faces calls to apologise to Theresa May - but he says he said "stupid people".
Taiwanese people open their wallets to help a low-paid man foot a rather large bill for the damage.
Banning the shackling of pregnant prisoners is among the far-reaching bill's provisions.
Zimbabwe's former first lady is accused of assaulting a model in a hotel in Johannesburg in 2017.
The US space agency says cyber-thieves may have compromised two of its computer servers.
Israel says the cross-border tunnels dug by the Lebanese militant group constitute "an act of war".
The mother received a travel waiver to see her son before he is taken off life support, officials say.
Korean Air is ordered to pay compensation over a 2014 incident involving the chairman's daughter.
Canadian officials do not believe there is a link to two other Canadians detained in China.
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