Opposition MPs demand an inquiry after a religious body implies girls as young as nine could marry.
Once derided as a bourgeois excess, the saxophone is making a comeback in China. And one northern village is delighted to be playing its part.
Thomas Monson was known for leading the church's involvement in gay marriage ban in California in 2008.
Far from encouraging a return to peace talks, a pair of blunt tweets from the American president appeared to distance the Palestinians and confuse the Israelis.
At least 10 people are injured in France and the Netherlands as the storm brings high winds.
The head of the Revolutionary Guards makes the announcement amid mass pro-government rallies.
A spokesman for President Mahmoud Abbas insists Jerusalem is "not for sale" after threat to cut aid.
Brazil’s state-controlled oil company said that the agreement would settle a shareholder lawsuit in the United States.
He used the emergency exit after getting fed up of waiting to leave the plane.
Plötzensee jail "lost" the prisoners in four incidents over five days.
At least 48 people have been killed after a coach plummeted 100m (330ft) down a cliff and landed upside down on a beach in Peru, officials say.
The measure is part of $50m investment in security infrastructure after last year's vehicle attacks.
Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalagn also says a notorious detention centre will be shut.
Music streaming giant Spotify has been hit with a £1.1bn lawsuit for hosting songs which it allegedly doesn't have full rights to.
Michael Madden examines what's happening behind the scenes to get North Korea to the Games.
Petrobras has agreed a settlement worth almost $3bn (£2.2bn) with investors who claimed a corruption scandal at Brazil's state oil firm hit the value of their investments.
Country's legislature launches a crackdown on employees who haven’t been turning up for work.
The image of a leader being able to launch missiles with the push of one finger has, for decades, instilled fear.
A growing number of Chinese pharmaceutical companies are trying to break into the United States, seeking regulatory approval to offer their treatments for cancer and other ailments.
Thousands of pro-government demonstrators have taken to the streets in cities across Iran after a week of anti-regime unrest over the country's economy.
A flaw in Intel microprocessors is leaving computers worldwide facing up to a 50% slowdown when performing particular tasks.
Dalit groups are protesting against violence involving right-wing Hindu groups in Pune city.
The firm will search a different and much smaller area - but will only get paid if successful.
Some suggest Foreign Minister Harry Kalaba's decision is aimed at putting pressure on the president.
Demonstrations across the country were broadcast on state television, a move apparently seeking to calm nerves after economic protests turned deadly.
The return of the hotline, suspended nearly two years ago, could lead to direct dialogue between the two Koreas after years of hair-trigger tensions.
Donald Trump has threatened to cut aid to Palestinians in his latest Twitter posts, accusing them of not showing the US any respect.
Restoring the phone line will allow discussion on whether North Korea will attend the Winter Olympics.
The president’s tweet that he has a “much bigger” arsenal of nuclear weapons was met with dread and humor, of both the gallows and locker-room varieties.
The suspensions pointed to Beijing’s growing willingness to test forceful antipollution measures and assume a leading role in the fight against climate change.
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