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As Germany's political elite grieves unity chancellor Helmut Kohl, a private war divides his family.
A group of Russian motor enthusiasts found the handheld fidget spinner wasn't doing it for them, so they have tried to make a version out of cars.
Blast in Iraq destroys Great Mosque of al-Nuri according to Iraqi forces
Numbers have increased since hunting was banned after Nelson Mandela's prison was declared a museum.
Genoa airport in northern Italy now allows pesto in hand luggage in exchange for a charity donation.
For days, piles of rubbish have mounted in cities across Greece in a dispute over thousands of jobs.
The conservation group WWF is warning that koalas could be wiped out in some Australian states amid deforestation and increasing attacks by livestock.
Many Kenyan girls end up missing school because sanitary protection is too expensive.
But the South African parliament's speaker will decide whether vote will be held in secret.
At least 20 people are killed and dozens hurt in the attack in Helmand province, officials say.
A riot of colours as Kenyans run to defy divisions ahead of August polls.
The UN force in the Central African Republic has been plagued by allegations of sexual abuse.
A temporary suspension was declared after Russia warned it would treat coalition jets as potential targets.
The new gadget toy is selling like hotcakes, much though to the horror of concerned parents.
Iraq's PM condemns IS's destruction of an ancient landmark as troops advance in Mosul's Old City.
Attaching solar panels to a wall along the Mexican border will cut costs, the US president tells a rally.
The son of ex-President Menem died in a helicopter crash, but his family believes he was murdered.
The video app, Monkey, is designed to help teenagers make new friends
EU leaders are in Brussels to discuss recent terror attacks and Britain's eventual exit from the EU.
Mumbai is believed to have the second highest number of art deco buildings after Miami.