The hundreds of previously withheld files relating to the 1963 assassination of John F Kennedy have been cleared for release.
Dancing may be the universal language but it's not a protected right in New York. That could now change.
Facebook says 80,000 posts linked to Russia were produced before and after the US election in 2016.
The video streaming company said it was "deeply troubled" by actor Anthony Rapp's abuse allegation.
A century on from the momentous document, a BBC journalist makes a personal visit to the Holy Land.
At Singapore's Changi Airport, passengers using its new Terminal 4 can check in and board without having to talk to counter staff.
Kimiko Date was the first Asian female tennis player to be ranked in the world's top 10.
The social media giant is accused of making it harder to see news stories, with disastrous results.
The statistics were classified only once before in the nine years that the government’s watchdog for spending in Afghanistan has been issuing reports.
Leaders from three leading parties say the election system favours President Nicolás Maduro's party.
Carles Puigdemont, the deposed Catalan leader, arrived amid speculation that he may seek asylum or try to form a government in exile
A couple who survived an assassination attempt in June is attacked by a gunman spraying their car with bullets, killing the wife and injuring the husband.
The wife of a Chechen accused of plotting to kill Russian President Vladimir Putin has been shot dead in an apparent assassination.
Mustafa al-Imam is accused of taking part in the attack that killed four US citizens at a compound.
Facebook and Twitter have revealed the full reach of Russia-linked political posts in the lead-up to the US presidential election.
Adam Osmayev is hurt and his wife Amina Okuyeva killed after their car is shot at in Ukraine.
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President Trump's former campaign chair was indicted on 12 charges, including conspiracy against the US.
Sacked President Puigdemont hires a lawyer after a Spanish prosecutor calls for rebellion charges.
President Putin unveiled the sculpture, but critics say memorializing past wrongs by the Soviet government does not address current misdeeds.
Worried by President Trump’s disavowal of the pact, more than 90 prominent scientists urged lawmakers to ensure that the U.S. remains a party to it.
Dismissing a modified offer on access to the Western Wall, non-Orthodox leaders want to inform Israelis about the lives of Jews from outside Israel.
Bowe Bergdahl has apologised to the troops who were injured searching for him after he abandoned his Afghanistan outpost in 2009.
Carles Puigdemont, the Catalan leader, arrived amid speculation that he may seek political asylum or try to form a government in exile
The way Kevin Spacey chose to come out has "upset" a lot of people, says filmmaker Carol Gould.
Netflix has announced that it will not commission another series of House Of Cards after historical allegations were made against lead star Kevin Spacey.
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One minister faces an inquiry after asking a staff member to buy sex toys, while dozens of lawmakers are accused of sexism, harassment or inappropriate behavior.
The man is the second suspect to be apprehended in the 2012 assault and will be brought to Washington to face criminal charges.
Just days after the Chinese Communist Party elevated him to a status comparable to Mao Zedong’s, Mr. Xi held court before wealthy and influential executives from his country and the United States.
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