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Reporters who visited a migrant detention centre in Texas say they saw 20 children inside one cage.
As elections take place two years after a failed coup in Turkey, how many people are in prison and how many have lost their jobs?
Presidential and parliamentary elections are being held under a national state of emergency.
The architect behind some of Asia's most spectacular new buildings discusses his designs.
The change means children will no longer see ads for scopes, holsters and other gun accessories.
The city wants rid of its antiquated trams, but getting hold of one comes with strings attached.
Fans jumping for joy over goal caused an artificial quake in Mexico City, scientists say.
The emperor's hat is said to have been salvaged from the battlefield in 1815 by a Dutch baron.
Lawmakers and the public gathered on Father's Day to contest the policy which splits up families at the US border.
How a row with a coalition partner has left the German chancellor fighting for her political life.
The German carmaker's chief executive, Rupert Stadler, has been arrested, parent company Volkswagen says.
Eurydice Dixon's alleged rape and murder has prompted an outpouring of grief in Australia.
An Indonesian woman appears to have been the latest victim of a gruesome but rare animal attack.
A locally-designed beach robot is helping to clear Thailand's sandy beaches of cigarette butts.
Muktikant Biswal wants to remind the prime minister of an 'unfulfilled promise' to upgrade a hospital.
A long-awaited inquest into the Australian theme park tragedy hears of previous malfunctions.
Police are seeking a driver after a bus hit four people at a festival, killing one and wounding three.
The girl was killed by a falling wall when Osaka was hit by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake.
At least three people are reported to have been killed when an earthquake hit the city of Osaka.
Mexico shocked Germany as they beat the world champions in their opening game of the World Cup.