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Five men whose conviction for sexual assault, but not rape, caused outrage, are released on bail.
Experts say the WHO's decision risks "pathologising" a behaviour that is harmless for most people.
Plans for a private swimming pool at the French president's summer retreat land him in hot water.
The fatal shooting in the back of Antwon Rose, 17, by an East Pittsburgh officer is investigated.
US officials have expressed mixed messages about what happens next to the undocumented children.
Previously companies without a physical presence in a state were exempt from sales tax collection rules.
The company says Brian Krzanich is leaving because of "a violation of Intel's non-fraternisation policy".
The desire for the perfect day has led to a boom in Uganda’s wedding industry - but these events come at a cost.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's wife Sara faces charges over alleged misuse of state funds.
When a machine decided Ibrahim Diallo no longer worked at his office there was little any human could do.
Dedrick D Williams, 22, faces a first-degree murder charge over the controversial rapper's death.
The multi-platinum selling artist announces his own cryptocurrency and city - both named after himself.
Soldiers were sent to almost 100 markets to check sellers were not overcharging amid hyperinflation.
Big brands including Sony and Uniqlo had worked with Daryl Aiden Yow because of his online fame.
Curbing the boatloads of Mediterranean migrants is the priority, Italy tells EU partners.
From a summer sunrise at Stonehenge to an icy swim in Antarctica.
Hacer Tulu, 40, was fatally wounded when attackers burst into the club, which is popular with tourists.
Described as "the primary ambassador for her endangered species", she mastered sign language.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker pledged to continue supporting Ireland.
Indonesian police are to question the captain of an overloaded vessel that sank in Lake Toba.