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A 10-year-old girl writhes around in front of us.
Mariela and her husband work as paramedics in one of the most violent cities in Mexico.
The home, which was gutted by fire two years ago, is listed on the market for $800,000 (£565,000).
The world knew them as teenagers, in dark robes with sad faces. We portrayed them in a different manner.
She and Nelson Mandela were a symbol of the country's anti-apartheid struggle for three decades.
Francis says he wants to apologise in person at the Vatican over his accusation of slander.
After nearly 20 years in Congress, Paul Ryan will not run for re-election. Anthony Zurcher breaks down what it means.
The mayor of Dublin has entered the West Bank after a reported spelling error allowed him through Tel Aviv airport in defiance of a ban.
River and road traffic were halted while the 86-year-old bridge was demolished in western Kentucky.
A local mayor says his father is to be blamed for the monkey, which was found in a historic building,
Some passersby filmed it coming towards them, others turned and ran.
The Chinese leader portrayed himself as a champion of free trade and the world order, and the global elite celebrated him.
Mark Zuckerberg has revealed his personal data was among that improperly acquired by election consultancy firm Cambridge Analytica.
The US military is ready to provide Donald Trump with options on striking Syria, the US defence secretary has said.
Authorities are reported to have allowed Mícheál Mac Donncha to enter the country despite a ban.
Businesses are shutting down and throngs of people seeking dollars have been turned away at banks as the rial has dropped by 35 percent this week alone.
We ask foreign policy experts around the world whether we are heading for a third world war.
Two university students had to sit their final exams on their wedding day after a rescheduling clash.
Thousands of South Africans poured into a football stadium in the South African town of Soweto to celebrate the life of the anti-Apartheid hero Winnie Mandela.
The European Union is also fed up with China’s closed markets and trade manipulation. But it thinks the answer is negotiation, not a trade war.
Crowds gathered in Soweto to commemorate the life of activist Winnie Madikizela-Mandela
The American singer says she was first diagnosed in 2001 after having a mental breakdown.
Hindu nationalists are rallying to the defense of men accused in the death of a young girl. They say the police can’t be trusted because some are Muslim.
The ramifications of the latest U.S. measures will be widespread, isolating some Russian companies from Western markets and leaving others with damaging uncertainty.
A Serbian nationalist who described Muslims as "excrement" and called for Croats to have their eyes gouged out at the height of the Balkans wars has had an acquittal for war crimes overturned.
The chief executive begins the session by apologising again for past mistakes.
They accuse UN troops of killing civilians during an operation in the capital, Bangui.
The squatters’ camp began as a demonstration, but it became the center of a utopian experiment that challenged the government of President Emmanuel Macron.
A UN appeals court reverses Vojislav Seselj's previous acquittal for crimes against humanity.
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