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The Supreme court cleared Padmavat for release, overturning a ban imposed by four Indian states.
This comes amid warnings Pyongyang might be playing for time to continue its nuclear arms activity.
Novak Djokovic comes back from a set down to beat Gael Monfils as the temperature hits 39C at the Australian Open.
A mass die-off of antelopes in Kazakhstan was triggered by environmental factors, scientists believe.
Five people survived the accident on the bus, thought to have been carrying many Uzbek nationals.
Police discovered the weapon used to murder a Canadian teen in a photo she took with her friend.
The Iranian ship was carrying 136,000 tons of crude when it sank in the East China Sea on 6 January.
The attacker had claimed he was motivated by a "personal hatred" for Australia's ex-PM.
The US president's chief of staff speaks out as an immigration row threatens a government shutdown.
The choice of Roger Torrent is the first step to reinstating local government.
The Trump ex-strategist stonewalls at a Russia collusion hearing, prompting claims of a White House gag.
Officials warn the dignity and human security of millions of Palestinian refugees are at stake.
The magnitude 2.0 tremor was caused by a meteor, according to the National Weather Service Detroit.
The cave is 216 miles long and could be the longest underwater cave system on the planet.
A Republican senator slammed the US president for attacking the press, saying he was employing Joseph Stalin's tactics to assault free speech.
Jorge Garcia was brought illegally to the US aged 10.
A California police chief says three of the 13 siblings were found shackled after one girl escaped.
Cory Booker says he is "seething with anger" over the president's reported remarks on immigration.
Railway experiment hopes to put an end to collisions with deer drawn to the track.
The previously unknown drawing sat in a private collection for almost 100 years.