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The data firm facing questions over its work practices has operated all over the world.
A lie test says Stormy Daniels was truthful in saying she had sex with Donald Trump, which he has denied.
Maria Efimova had helped the murdered Maltese anti-corruption blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia.
Claims that Cambridge Analytica misused Facebook users' data cause a furore and its chief is now suspended.
The federal Liberals table legislation with new measures that include tougher background checks.
Police say rebels in the besieged Eastern Ghouta region fired the rockets at a government-held area.
US President Donald Trump says he will meet the Russian leader in the "not too distant future".
Police are trying to identify the Good Samaritans who saved a US man trapped in a burning car.
The communist thinker's home town chooses an unusual way to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.
The French order more US-style hamburgers than classic jambon-beurre sandwiches, a study suggests.
The US Agency for International Development says it will provide food and health assistance.
Students at a collage in the Indian state of Kerala have protested against a teacher's remarks.
Survey suggests that only a quarter of smokers have changed their habits after tobacco prices double.
What can users do to gain back control of their data or limit how much is shared?
Ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy is dogged by investigations into his campaign finances.
A school in Maryland is under lockdown as police investigate reports of shots fired.
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr receives his knighthood for services to music.
Academic says women risk being branded 'career rapees' and still face abuse.
Around 80 people, including 23 diplomats and their families, will leave the country on Tuesday.
The boy's father accuses the organisation of discrimination against those with mental disabilities.