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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.
Freezing the deceased in the hope of one day reviving them could become a mainstream service, advocates say.
The high school student says he feared being targeted by al-Shabab militants.
Fourteen men said they were subjected to torture techniques after being held without trial in 1971.
Dogs are being trained to detect ancient treasures in an attempt to tackle cultural heritage trafficking.
Sudan died in a Kenyan conservancy at the age of 45, after months of ill health.
Official letter says sport goes against young women's dignity, culture and traditions.
China's removal of presidential term limits are among some of the biggest reforms outlined at NPC.
The reports of an explosion at a FedEx site near San Antonio follow four bombings in Austin.
Rescuers say 15 children died when an airstrike hit a school basement in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta.
Animals could complicate plans to rebuild broadcast centre in Brussels.
The former leader is in custody for questioning over alleged campaign funding from Libya.
The potential tariffs could affect a list of as many as 100 products including shoes and footwear.
Since the kidnapping in 2014, the Indian government had always maintained that they were alive.
Sudan's death at the age of 45 leaves only two females of his subspecies alive in the world.
It comes just months after sexual assault allegations against company co-founder Harvey Weinstein.
China's president wraps up the annual parliamentary session, saying socialism is the only way for China.