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Lewis Hamilton cruises to victory at the Singapore Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel loses more ground in the title race.
A major study suggests elderly people in good health should not take the drug every day.
Several asylum seekers were injured in two racially motivated attacks by locals in central Germany.
Warnings of "catastrophic" floods remain from Storm Florence, which has already killed 12.
Two people died of suspected drugs overdoses at Sydney's Defqon One and hundreds sought help.
Kenya's Eliud Kipchoge sets a new marathon world record with a time of two hours, one minute 39 seconds in Berlin.
A powerful storm that has already killed 25 people brings heavy rain and winds to China.
Howard Johnson revisits the town of Aparri to assess the damage wreaked by Typhoon Mangkhut.
Photographs on German media show Pyotr Verzilov, who was allegedly poisoned, on a stretcher.
Further catastrophic flooding is expected as the death toll from Florence rises to 12.
There are reports of at least 14 deaths and serious damage to crops and buildings.
Once said to be a "pirate poison", rum is experiencing growth as a premium product in the Caribbean.
Chinese gambling is bringing cash to Kampot, but threatening the peace of this once sleepy Cambodian town.
"Just a giant eruption of water. 15ft wide. I saw a tail and a lot of thrashing."
Radio Alwan is a politically neutral radio station broadcasting in exile to Syria. Keeping it going isn't easy.
Should lesbian PM Ana Brnabic attend? Some Serbian LGBT activists are trying to stop her - but why?
Tens of thousands of Syrians have gone missing during the country's civil war, taken by the authorities. This is the love story of one couple.
Magic Leap's new mixed reality headset is available to developers in the US - but how does the device compare to what's already available?
Uzbekistan wants to become a second Mecca using its many ancient shrines to attract religious tourists.
President Barack Obama received 65,000 letters each week and tried to answer 10 of them each day.