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The government wants to put an end to extravagance, food waste and intrusive noise.
An airport in California has released video of a plane, being flown by the actor Harrison Ford, mistakenly flying low over an airliner.
Calls in Russia for Matilda, the true story of a future tsar and a ballerina, to be banned over blasphemy.
Benjamin Netanyahu receives support from his Australian counterpart on a historic visit.
Particles of debris from car tyres are ending up in the ocean as "plastic soup", a conservationist group warns.
Amnesty International singles out President Trump as an example of a "more divisive politics".
The pilot involved in a plane crash that killed five was being investigated over a 2015 mid-air incident.
Polygamy is widely accepted all over Nigeria but one of the country's most prominent Muslim leaders is trying to ban the practice - in some cases.
A neighbourhood in the Californian town of San Jose is submerged after a creek overflowed.
Attracted by false marriages and jobs, women are subjected to sex trafficking and forced labour.
Female patients at an Indian hospital are fighting stigma, as well as mental health problems.
Eastern Airlines Flight 980 crashed into a mountain in Bolivia in 1985. Dan Futrell and Isaac Stoner spent an unusual holiday trying to work out why.
Women in South Korea will be the first in the world to live an average of 90 years.
The three-year-old panda, which has called a zoo in Washington its home since birth, is going to China.
Unrest in the mainly immigrant suburb follows controversial Trump comments on Sweden.
Brave Lt BJ Gruber, of Marion, Ohio, offered up his help without realising the subject was maths.
Firebrand editor admits "poor choice of words" in paedophilia controversy.
The memos take a much tougher approach towards enforcing existing US immigration measures.
A US study finds LGB teens are 14% less likely to attempt suicide in same-sex marriage states.
The purchase of small amounts of cannabis is already tolerated, but cultivation has been illegal.