Channels were taken off-air over plans to broadcast opposition leader Raila Odinga's unofficial "inauguration".
Two sisters have been charged with murder after a three-year-old boy was allegedly beaten to death with a baseball bat for taking a cupcake.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is trying to address rising demands for greater economic and social protections before national elections next year.
Mowzey Radio died hours after the Ugandan president donated $8,300 towards his hospital bills.
A court in Istanbul had ordered the release of Taner Kilic, who is on trial on terrorism charges.
The move is set to change the words "in all thy sons command" to "in all of us command" in O Canada.
Belarus foresters are working full-time to halt a bark beetle infestation in their pine plantations.
A figure skating pair are among 10 North Korean athletes who have arrived in South Korea for the Winter Olympics.
The former boss of Formula One has criticised the decision by its new owners to scrap grid girls.
Thousands were forced to evacuate as Hong Kong police worked to defuse the "severely damaged" bomb.
The government said it will benefit around 500 million poor people and will "be the world's largest".
The secret memo reportedly says the FBI abused its surveillance powers to target the Trump campaign.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport overturned all penalties against 28 of 43 athletes. But the International Olympic Committee said it might not allow them to compete in South Korea.
The most detailed simulation of the universe ever created has provided a breakthrough revealing how the most powerful and mysterious forces interact on an enormous scale.
The Rohingya Muslims are victims of real atrocities. But the blurring of fact and fiction in the camps risks undercutting their case against Myanmar.
By studying the natural effects of a large volcanic eruption, scientists could learn about how we might deliberately cool the planet in the future.
Autocratic leaders are acting more brazenly than ever, with little fear of rebuke from an American president who has sidelined human rights.
The detention of Rafael Baylosis, 69, was the latest signal that President Rodrigo Duterte is not interested in resuming peace talks.
Poland's senate has backed new legislation that will make it illegal to suggest Poles were complicit in the Holocaust.
The woman whose shocked reaction to meeting Beyonce went viral has called the response "hysterical".
Authorities in the US are investigating whether Apple misled investors by failing to tell them about a software update that slowed down older iPhones.
Twenty-eight Russian athletes who were banned from the Olympics for life have their suspensions overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Nike's first UK Hijab Ambassador Shazia Hossen and journalist Asha-Luul Hussein on why they started wearing a hijab in adulthood.
Twenty-eight Russian athletes have had their bans on competing in Olympic events overturned and their results reinstated.
A reporter’s visit to the front line in Manbij, Syria, found that Kurdish rebels’ fears of a Turkish advance have been dispelled by American military assurances of support.
One Singapore vaper shares his thoughts on the ban on e-cigarettes.
Royal Dutch Shell has reported a surge in annual profits to £8.5bn - a leap of 242% on the previous year.
While the US suffers an overdose epidemic, most of the world misses out on painkillers.
A fire at a care home for welfare recipients in Japan has killed 11 elderly residents.
For a generation, Britain has eagerly enlisted private contractors to provide social services. But the model may be cracking under the pressure of austerity.
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