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On World Refugee Day, one Syrian girl talks about doing homework in a tent and her future ambitions.
How do some of the most colourful fans support their teams at the World Cup?
Walgreens Boots Alliance will replace GE on the Dow Jones Industrial Average after more than 100 years.
One mayor says children under 10 years old should not walk alone, in case of an attack.
Chechen leader, Ramzan Kadyrov, has hit back at claims he used football star Mo Salah for political propaganda.
The conflict in Yemen has been raging for years - but what is it all about?
People in Sydney give their thoughts on a controversial plan to assess prospective citizens.
Meet the new residents of a cave in Santa Monica.
Engineers called to mend a bank machine in Assam found cash worth more than 1.2m rupees destroyed.
The Trump administration accuses the Geneva-based body of being biased against Israel.
Queen Máxima of the Netherlands has spoken in public for the first time of the loss of her younger sister, Inés Zorreguieta, who died this month.
A Central African Republic official says a passport issued to the former tennis star is fake.
Images from a driving centre in Dhahran, where women are preparing for the ban's end on 24 June.
Experts say there is no downplaying the trauma that taking a child away from a parent causes.
It is Queen Máxima's first public appearance since Inés Zorreguieta died earlier this month.
America's top law official says the Nazis were different as "they were keeping Jews from leaving".
Juan Ramón Alfonso Penayo returns home to find his family mourning a burnt body they thought was him.
Stocks continue to slide as investors are rattled by the escalation of the US-China trade dispute.
A family portrait celebrating mixed heritage has been widely shared online and has prompted others to tell their similar stories.
Sheriff's deputies seize rifles, shotguns and pistols during a two-day search of the suspect's home.