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Artists say the government is using controversial anti-terror laws to curb free speech, writes Guy Hedgecoe in Madrid.
The Academy has launched an inquiry into its own president, John Bailey, Hollywood media report.
As the Syrian government tightens its noose around the enclave, medical staff describe working in "hell on earth".
Keith Moore wants his Swedish-born son to be bilingual. But he wasn't prepared for the language barrier in the farmyard.
There are many routes to success and for a group of friends in India, it was the Ganges River.
DeAndre Harris was reportedly cleared of assault charges related to the incident in which he was beaten.
After Tillerson's quick exit - who will be part of high-stakes talks with North Korea?
About 65,000 people attended anti-government protests in Bratislava, organisers say.
Swiss pianist Gabriel Arnold performs for tourists on an icebreaker in Scandinavia's Gulf of Bothnia.
The voice of JFK has been used to reconstruct the speech he was due to deliver on the day he was assassinated.
A record number of women were nominated at the recent British Animation Awards, but men still dominate the industry.
Mohammad Shafia and Tooba Yahya, convicted of "honour killings", will be deported to Afghanistan.
A US city settles with a couple after police publicly called the woman's 2015 abduction a "hoax".
UK police launch murder investigation after death of Russian businessman Nikolai Glushkov in south-west London
Two soldiers die in what the Israeli military says was a deliberate attack on its troops.
Police say the operation in Miami has shifted from rescue to body recovery.
Weddings in Uzbekistan are lavish affairs, some with motorcades and hundreds of guests.
Tens of thousands gathered to demand justice for Marielle Franco.
Overturning a ban on important hunting trophies threaten elephants, says Ian Khama.
Several people were injured when the out of control lift started going backwards fast, in Georgia.