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People took part in the march to protest Donald Trump's climate policies on his 100th day in office.
Kenneth Williams was convulsing and groaning in his final moments, witnesses said.
Four animals have died at the National Zoo this year, including the much-loved hippo Gustavito.
The EU threatened action over a law that could close a university founded by billionaire George Soros.
An Italian woman is accused of faking a pregnancy and then giving back the baby she bought.
Protesters demand that the Russian president should not stand for re-election next year.
Nicolas Dupont-Aignan, a mainstream nationalist defeated in round one, backs her in the run-off.
The US entrepreneur and Tesla-founder finds traffic "soul-destroying" - so he's come up with this.
The aircraft was forced to make an emergency landing in Florida after losing a part mid-flight.
It took European Union leaders less than 15 minutes to unanimously agree negotiating guidelines.
Pope Francis celebrates Mass in Cairo on the final day of his visit to Egypt.
The organisers of the cancelled Fyre Festival say they'll give refunds, charity donations and 2018 VIP passes to all.
The online encyclopaedia was inaccessible in Turkey under an official order, but no reason was given.
Madrid's Anti-Doping Laboratory has its suspension for failing to comply with international standards lifted by Wada.
A businesswoman convicted of spying by China returns home after two years in detention.
Hundreds of other items belonging to the late US actor go under the hammer in Los Angeles.
Buses were set on fire as a general strike turned ugly.
Breakin' Convention brings together the world's finest at Sadler's Wells Video Journalist: Alex Stanger. Producer: Claudia Redmond
The US president tells National Rifle Association members he is on their team.
Buses and cars are set alight at the end of a day of protests against proposed pension reforms.