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A pregnant teenager who went to a Chicago home in response to a Facebook offer of free baby clothes was strangled and her baby cut from her womb, US police and family members said.
A long-time chief of the Basque militant separatist group Eta has been arrested on the street of a French Alps town after being on the run for 17 years, Spain’s interior ministry said.
Former US president Jimmy Carter has been released from a hospital after hip replacement surgery.
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has announced he will seek the Democratic nomination for president, adding his name to an already long list of candidates itching for a chance to take on Donald Trump.
Bob Hawke, Australia’s longest-serving Labor Party prime minister, whose charisma and powers of persuasion earned him near-folk hero status among many Australians, has died at the age of 89.
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio has said he is running for president.
Bob Hawke, one of Australia’s longest-serving prime ministers, has died aged 89.
Ukraine’s parliament has voted to swear the new president into office next week, opening the possibility of a snap parliamentary election.
The governor of Kentucky has launched an appeal against a federal judge’s ruling that struck down a state abortion law that would halt a common second-trimester procedure to end pregnancies.
A stainless steel sculpture of a rabbit by Jeff Koons has set an auction record in New York, fetching more than 91 million dollars (£70.9 million)
Alabama’s new law restricting abortion in nearly every circumstance has moved one of the most polarising issues in American politics to the centre of the 2020 presidential campaign.
Paris has wished the Eiffel Tower a happy birthday with an elaborate night-time laser show retracing the monument’s 130-year history.
German police have recovered a 1980s Ferrari worth more than 2 million euros (£1.7m) which was stolen during a test drive.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that Europe needs to “reposition” itself in a changed world as she welcomed European powers’ unity over Iran.
The US’s top aviation regulator has assured Congress that the Boeing 737 Max, grounded after two deadly accidents, will only return to flying when a government analysis shows that it is safe.
France’s culture minister Franck Riester says that a month after a fire engulfed Notre Dame Cathedral, the edifice is still being made safe enough for its restoration to begin.
Democratic presidential candidates are condemning Alabama’s approval of a ban on nearly all abortions, and warning that Republican-controlled legislatures around the country may follow suit.
Bernie Sanders has responded to Joe Biden’s entry into the race for the Democratic Party’s presidential primary campaign by targeting the former vice president’s support of free trade deals and the Iraq War.
Kamala Harris wants to ban the importing of AR-15-style assault weapons by executive action if elected president.
Pope Francis has given a joyride in his popemobile to eight migrant children who recently arrived in Italy from Libya.
Sudan’s ruling generals and the protesters who drove President Omar al-Bashir from power last month have said they are making progress in negotiations and have agreed on the length of the country’s transition period.
The US military has countered doubts expressed by a British general about the potential threat Iran poses to the US and its allies amid fears America is sliding towards war with the Islamic Republic.
Sherpa climber Kami Rita has scaled Mount Everest for the 23rd time, breaking his own record for the most successful ascents of the world’s highest peak.
San Francisco officials have voted to ban the use of facial recognition software by police and other city departments.
The bodies of two more people have been found after small sightseeing planes crashed in Alaska, the US Coast Guard said.
Alabama’s Senate has passed a near-total ban on abortion, sending what would be the US’s most stringent abortion law to the state’s Republican governor.
Russia and the United States have voiced hope that strained relations could begin to improve.
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has said he has warned his Russian counterpart against any “unacceptable” Russian meddling in US elections.
A suicide bomber detonated an explosives-laden vehicle at the gate of a district headquarters in Somalia’s capital, killing at least three people, police said.
Post mortems showed three people found dead at a German hotel with crossbow bolts lodged in their bodies died from those wounds, but police said there was no sign of a struggle or the involvement of others.