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The embattled comic's publicity team claim his summer speaking tour is about "restoring his legacy".
Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo is released after being diagnosed with terminal liver cancer.
The group deploys suicide bombers in different parts of the city, but their counter-attack is short-lived.
The White House breaks an almost 20-year tradition, failing to host a dinner marking the end of Ramadan
Volunteers from the 'Unity Convoy' have delivered 100 ambulances to the devastated country.
India's PM says his country "proved its power" in its strikes on militant bases in Pakistan.
Three Australian Crown Resorts employees broke the law by enticing Chinese high-rollers to casinos.
The map was given to a production assistant and remained out of public view for more than 60 years.
Japanese firm faces billions of dollars of liabilities linked to the biggest ever automotive recall.
The struggling icon is critical to supporting economic activity in Australia, a report finds.
How Mr Modi deals with Mr Trump will partially shape the future of the US-India relationship.
El Hadji Diouf on himself: "I am a lion, I have got character and I want people to respect me."
A decades-old murder and how a Supreme Court decision means freedom for one man, and life in prison for the other
Several people died when a passenger boat sank on a reservoir near the town of Guatapé in north-western Colombia.
Ammash, 4, has leukaemia and the funds for his treatment are running out.
The vessel was reportedly carrying 150 people when it went down near the resort town of Guatapé.
Governor John Kasich's site is one of those attacked, posting a threat to President Donald Trump.
Bystanders form a circle to catch the girl as she plummets to the earth from 25ft in the air.
Organisers insist event is diverse but some attendees feel black people were left on the margins.
The BBC's Orla Guerin joins Iraqi fighters so close to IS militants they can "see their faces".