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Christina Estrada, a former supermodel has been awarded £53m ($69m) lump sum after a divorce battle with her billionaire ex-husband.
Micah Johnson, the man accused of killing five police officers in a gun attack in Dallas, was a "lone shooter", officials believe.
Nearly 1,300 migrants are stuck in dire conditions at the Serbia-Hungary border after Hungary blocked their entry, the UN warns.
A North Korean ballistic missile test-fired from a submarine fails in initial flight stage, South Korea's military says.
The senior command of the Colombian Farc rebels says it will disown one of its guerrilla units if it refuses to demobilise.
Black millennials in the US worry the next generation will be desensitised to violence.
Syrian government forces interrupt and question a local journalist while he is live broadcasting.
Italian PM Matteo Renzi is beset with problems, from a rising protest party to banks threatened by bad loans and a referendum that could bring an end to his leadership.
A 139-day strike at India's leading film school ended last October, but uncertainty still prevails about its future, reports Raksha Kumar.
With the result of a UN tribunal over territorial claims in the South China Sea imminent, Chinese ambassadors have been on a charm offensive in foreign media
The Syrian National Orchestra for Arabic Music was renowned throughout the Middle East. But when war broke out many of its members had to flee.
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The US has expelled two Russian diplomats in response to an attack on an American diplomat in Moscow, the state department announces.
At least 35 people have been killed in a bomb attack at a Shia shrine in the Iraqi town of Balad.
A gunman killed in a stand-off in Dallas after five police officers were shot dead wanted to kill white people, especially officers, police say.
Zimbabwe's economy is in dire straits, with civil servants going unpaid, the banks running out of money and a severe drought.
Heavy gunfire is heard near South Sudan's presidential palace a day after the death of five soldiers, raising doubts about the peace deal.