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A new theory may explain the background to one of the most famous works of art ever produced.
President Xi speaks to Donald Trump, a day after Pyongyang said it could sink a US aircraft carrier.
A stampede in a tunnel at a German music festival in 2010 led to 21 deaths.
The police were guarding road workers in Chhattisgarh when they came under attack themselves.
The 19-year-old was volunteering at a track event on a suburban Chicago campus when he was struck.
At the scene of Friday's attack in Mazar-e Sharif, in which scores of Afghan soldiers were killed.
Centrist Emmanuel Macron will take on the far-right's Marine Le Pen in France's run-off election.
The British luxury shoe maker, valued at about £700m ($900m), is seeking offers from potential bidders.
Piracy has resumed off the Somali coast in recent months after a five-year lull.
Unemployed Japanese man arrested for trespassing after his loft accommodation is discovered.
Her husband reportedly punched the animal to scare it away and she is now being treated in hospital.
Man Kaur took over a minute to finish in Auckland and was only cleared to run after a medical check.
He was trying to drive from New South Wales to Perth across the outback but was stopped by police.
It should prevent four in 10 cases of the disease, but it is the first "real world" trial.
Kim Sang-duk, also known as Tony Kim, was teaching at a Pyongyang institution before his arrest.
Nicolas Maduro seeks dialogue with the opposition ahead of the latest in a series of protest rallies.
Marine Le Pen's supporters in Marseille watch the results come in with great anticipation.
The pair will contest the second round on 7 May with the centrist Emmanuel Macron as favourite.
Mass graves, child soldiers and police decapitations are all features of a little known Congolese conflict, as the BBC's Catherine Byaruhanga reports.
We asked 100 Americans what they think about President Trump's first 100 days.