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Joseph Muscat said he was "flabbergasted" when he heard Daphne Caruana Galizia was killed in a car bomb.
The plaintiff says champagne was promised in the brochure; the airline calls the lawsuit "frivolous".
The disease has wreaked havoc on the state's homeless population, who experts say are vulnerable.
Deforestation is down compared to last year but still higher than in 2012, when it was at its lowest.
A man who had been on the run hands himself in after police completed his Facebook challenge.
Another court says the policy "resembles President Trump's earlier description of the Muslim ban".
Aid groups warn of a growing humanitarian crisis after IS is driven out of the city.
The Canadian band's singer passes away at the age of 53 after a battle with terminal cancer.
The incident took place on the bankrupt airline's final long-haul flight.
The country's supreme leader attacks the US president for threatening to abandon the nuclear deal.
The global and personal responses to the anti-sexual harassment campaign.
The deputy prime minister speaks out as a deadline nears for Catalan leaders to drop a secession plan.
The country's interior minister resigns after dozens died in the second major fire this year.
India's capital enacts curbs to combat hazardous smog, as air pollution hits "severe" levels.
It ran around a Brooklyn park before being caught by police.
A lawmaker says she overheard the president say the fallen sergeant "knew what he signed up for".
The Star Wars director says he knew producer Harvey Weinstein was a bully
The push into disputed areas comes weeks after a controversial Kurdish independence referendum.
The UN's refugee agency says the nation "cannot walk away" from people it has held in detention.
Roselyn Akombe, now in New York, tells the BBC she feared for her safety in Kenya.