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Updated: 2 hours 31 min ago
A city festival ends abruptly in eastern Germany as hundreds of protesters take to the streets.
A bottlenose dolphin nicknamed Zafar has been getting too close to bathers.
Lawyers tell the International Court of Justice the US wants to "severely" damage Iran's economy.
Long-term use of the US weight-loss pill is found to be safe for the heart, in a major study finds.
US media name two pro video gamers as the victims of a rival in a shooting at a Florida tournament.
Officers say at least 42 rifles are missing and have been replaced with wooden or plastic versions.
A UN report says top army figures must answer for "shocking" crimes against Rohingyas and others.
A boat abandoned in a "known crocodile habitat" may have come from Vietnam, a minister says.
Witnesses describe the moment a gunman shot dead two people at a video game tournament in Florida.
The country has never said why Tomoyuki Sugimoto was held, only that he had broken the law.
Pope Francis declines to comment on allegations he covered up sexual abuse by a US cardinal.
The two journalists, who documented a massacre of Rohingya Muslims, say they were set up by police.