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The former Brazil star and 1994 World Cup winner is running for governor in the troubled Rio state.
The measure was in place earlier this month to stop violent attacks against Muslims by Buddhist
The memos could support claims of obstruction of justice against President Trump, US media say.
In Kazakhstan, victims say relatives and police tell them to stay silent or "leave it with Allah".
Toty Sa'Med can't say more than a few words in Kimbundu but is writing songs in the Angolan language.
Millie Dunn Veasey, who has died aged 100, was in World War Two's only all-female, all-black unit.
In Qatar, over 70% of the population is overweight or obese.
The Ikorodu Kids are a dance troupe from Nigeria who are getting rave reviews from celebrities.
Trump's son-in-law prefers staying in the background - what influence does he have on the president?
Vladimir Putin seeks another six-year term, facing off against seven other candidates.
A US attorney general is investigating reports that millions of Facebook profiles were accessed.
A group of residents from the Indian Ocean French island take suspected illegal migrants to police.
Moscow said the Czech Republic was one of four nations most likely to have made a deadly nerve agent.
The aim of the stings was to obtain money transfers to foreign bank accounts, reports say.
Apricot, cherry and azalea blossom create a stunning landscape in south-west China.
Russia has expelled 23 British diplomats. But what happens when you're asked to leave a country?
Piles of rubbish collected by local guides are being shipped to the capital for recycling.
More than 150,000 people have reportedly fled Afrin in northern Syria as Turkish forces close in.
The Mauritian president has been attacked for spending large sums on a charity-provided bank card.
A search for those unaccounted for is under way off the Aegean island of Agathonisi.