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Controversial Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova slated to return to competition just hours after her 15-month doping ban expires
A demonstration with a difference was held in Budapest on Saturday.
A passenger ferry has crashed into a pier in the Canary Islands, causing an oil slick from damaged underwater fuel pipes.
Authorities in Moscow say security forces have killed two men accused of being armed militants trained by ISIL.
A silent march has been held in Caracas in Venezuela to honour those killed amid anti-government demonstrations.
Hundreds of people have taken to the streets of Paris calling for politicians to heed the voice of ordinary citizens.
37-year-old struck by a van on a training ride, according to his team
Early voting has begun in France’s overseas territories for the first round of the country’s most closely-fought presidential race in decades.
The women held banners reading "too young to be widows"
The funeral has taken place in Crimea for a Russian marine major reportedly killed in combat in Syria.
Delegates of Alternative for Germany were given police protection ahead of the event in Cologne.
The sporting world is mourning the death of the Italian cycling champion Michele Scarponi.
The last killer whale to be born at SeaWorld was delivered on Wednesday, April 19, at the company’s San Antonio park.
The finely-painted black and white portraits of pensive children started appearing on walls around a suburban neighbourhood of Havana two years ago, contrasting with its colourful decay and Caribbean
The footage of the attack, which left one police officer dead and two others wounded, was taken inside a restaurant close to the scene.
Paulo Sergio Pinheiro said most of the victims in the attack were killed with conventional and not chemical weapons during an airstrike on a hospital.
Vice President Mike Pence said the US would accept the agreement out of respect to its alliance with Australia.
A US federal judge has sentenced Volkswagen to three years’ probation and independent monitoring over the diesel emissions scandal.
San Francisco was hit by a massive power cut on Friday that severely disrupted life in the American west coast city.
The US Attorney General has warned America’s so-called “sanctuary cities” protecting immigrants from potential deportation that “enough is enough”.
A human rights group says the investigation into the disappearance of 43 student teachers in 2014 has failed to make significant progress for 16 months.