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They say the document will open the door to same-sex marriage and transgender rights.
Several people had fallen to their deaths from the tower over the years, which never even transmitted.
Authorities assess Spain's arrest warrant for Catalan ex-leader Carles Puigdemont amid high tension.
March For Our Lives events are being held nationwide, with hundreds of thousands expected to protest.
The US had taken action against 10 Iranians and a tech firm for alleged worldwide hack attacks.
The company says very few of the current emojis "speak to the life experiences of those with disabilities".
The policy scraps his blanket ban but bars those who have undergone gender transition from serving.
A 10-year-old died after his raft went airborne and his head hit a pole in Kansas in 2016.
US President Donald Trump has imposed tariffs on Chinese goods , raising fears of a trade war.
An officer who swapped places with a hostage in a supermarket siege dies of his injuries.
Thousands rally in Barcelona and other cities after a Spanish judge puts five Catalan leaders in jail.
From the Wright brothers to direct UK-Australia flights.
A former classmate says the spy told him he even wrote to Vladimir Putin asking to come back to Russia.
The buckets of stones in classrooms could ward off a gunman, says a Pennsylvania school official.
Scot Fiona Krüger has carved out a niche in the conservative world of Swiss watchmaking.
The UN warns of a humanitarian crisis but Congolese leaders say the country's image is being tarnished.
On world tuberculosis day, Dr Zarir Udwadia talks about his fight against the deadly disease.
Rescuers manage to return just six surviving pilot whales to deeper waters in Western Australia.
The gendarme was hailed a hero after taking the place of a hostage in a supermarket siege in France.
Armed police have killed a suspect, 25-year-old Redouane Lakdim, who shot dead three people in a series of attacks in southern France.