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The Gambia says Myanmar's leader has ignored allegations of murder, rape and forced deportation.
Scientists calculate the lifespans of long-lost species, including ancient human relatives.
The judiciary committee debates two charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Denman Glacier reaches down to more than 3,500m below sea level. Only ocean trenches go deeper.
He said the teenage activist - who won Time Person of the Year - had an "anger management problem".
Michael Kosanovich was standing between two cars when one was accidentally started with a remote.
Heitor Schiave wore a floral blouse, make up and a wig after his mother failed her test three times.
Video shows a hacker talking to a young girl in her bedroom via her family's Ring camera.
Thousands defy a curfew as violent protests intensify in the north-east states of Assam and Tripura.
A number of patients are believed to have died after a protest by lawyers at a Lahore hospital turned violent.
Three patients died when lawyers attacked a cardiac hospital in Lahore in a dispute with doctors.
The tit-for-tat move follows Germany's expulsion of Russians over the death of a Chechen in Berlin.
Mario Sandoval, now a Sorbonne academic, is accused of atrocities during Argentina's military rule.
Citizens in countrywide protests have long called for a new kind of politics, not just a new president.
The reported deal comes ahead of the film mogul's separate rape and sexual assault trial next month.
The BBC's Shaimaa Khalil flies close to White Island, while it continues to spew toxic gas.
Experts say the art, found in an Indonesian cave, could be the world's oldest recorded story.
Police plan a rescue mission to White Island on Friday even though another eruption is possible.
The new head of the European Commission has proposed big change, but the decision will lie with EU leaders.
Around 200 environmental campaigners were barred from climate talks just a few hours after Greta Thunberg had spoken.