The 42nd edition of the Ryder Cup takes place at Le Golf National near Paris on Friday. Here is Euronews' guide to how the biannual match between the United States and Europe works.
The move has been in the works for the last three months and is part of the company's efforts to create "healthy" conversations on the platform.
Japan and South Korea top the medals table
The US comedian was sentenced after being convicted of sexual assault.
Retired World Cup champion and Bayern Munich striker Luca Toni joked about returning to competitive football when asked about Bayern Munich's attacking strength.
Floodwater from Hurricane Florence has persisted in the town of Conway, South Carolina, and its surrounding areas, with drone footage recorded on Sunday showing the extent of the flooding.
Eighty people lifted a giant fire dragon through the streets of Hong Kong on Monday as part of the city's mid-autumn festival celebrations.
"Excessively restrictive measures will just foster the market available to the traffickers"
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"China has always carried out approvals case by case, in accordance with the principle of sovereignty and the detailed situation," a Chinese official said.
A forest fire near the Italian city of Pisa has forced 700 people to evacuate their homes. The fire has destroyed over 600 hectares of woodland so far. The fire broke out on Monday night on Mount Serra. Firefighters are tackling the blaze.
A remote Andean village in Ecuador celebrates the peculiar "collective suicide" ritual of migratory birds into their sacred lake.
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The works of the nominees for this year's UK Turner Prize are on display at the Tate Britain in London with the emphasis very much on video
The deal has a total value of 1.83 billion euros.
As we are nearing the 20-year anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, Northern Ireland is at its most consequential moment since the ending of the three decades of violence.
The founders of photo-sharing app Instagram are leaving the company amidst rumours of tensions with parent company Facebook
Iran's president pledges to fight terrorism after at least 25 people were killed when gunmen opened fire at a military parade
New Zealand Prime Minister's infant was present at UNGA
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With a post-Brexit deal remaining elusive, there are fears that trucks could get stuck in queues in Dover and Calais.