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President Emmerson Mnangagwa names hundreds of firms who refused to return funds stashed abroad.
Rebel fighters reportedly raid homes and shops after seizing the Syrian city from Kurdish forces.
The inflatable duck, which is the size of a caravan, had been bought as a marker in a swimming race.
The prime minister is facing growing calls to quit over a long-running influence-peddling scandal.
The organisation keeping track of the deadly chemicals held by countries around the world.
Moscow's claim that Capt Voloshyn's military jet downed the Malaysian airliner in 2014 was discredited.
With banknotes hard to come by due to hyperinflation, the town of Elorza issues its own.
China and Kazakhstan send congratulations, but Western leaders appear slow to respond.
The consulate employee used a diplomatic vehicle to evade detection, Israeli officials say.
The girl, 13, was shot in the head in Mississippi after refusing to give up the controller, police say.
Residents of Tathra in New South Wales have had to flee their homes via the beach.
The director praises Time's Up saying it's "more important than any of us can ever really realise".
Vladimir Putin won a landslide victory by sidelining opponent and stoking nationalist sentiment, Sarah Rainsford in Moscow says.
International team has been asked by the UK to verify the nerve agent used in the Salisbury attack.
The appointment is being seen as one of ensured continuity in Beijing's battle against growing debt.
An Indian man has made it his mission to save whale sharks off the coast of Gujarat.
It came after he attacked Robert Mueller's inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 US election.
The survivors of a high school shooting in Florida refused to be ignored just because they were teenagers.
So what does Google suggest when you begin to ask questions about the Russian leader?
People in Austin are warned not to handle packages they are not expecting, after deadly bombings.