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The body of Loalwa Braz, singer of 1980s hit Lambada, has been found in a burnt-out car in Brazil.
The man whose Google Earth hunt inspired a Hollywood film says his life has changed once more.
The firefighters were battling a blaze in a 17-storey building in Tehran when it fell to the ground.
Chelsea Manning says thanks "for giving me a chance" after the president commutes sentence for leaking.
Aerial footage reveals the wall of snow blocking rescuers from reaching a hotel engulfed by an avalanche in central Italy.
Rival gangs throwing sticks and stones are being kept apart by police using rubber bullets and tear gas.
Authorities in the US are trying to track down whoever's responsible for maiming and abandoning a dog.
Country makes exception to its strict environmental policy to rid itself of giant reeds.
Activists unhappy about Mike Pence becoming US vice-president danced to Beyonce and Whitney Houston outside his house.
Hundreds take part in a protest against Mike Pence's history of supporting anti-gay legislation.
Toshio Motoya claims in a book available in his APA hotels that the Nanjing massacre did not take place.
Jimmy Morales, who ran on an anti-corruption ticket, says he supports his brother and son.
Officials in Odawara apologise for jackets referring to benefits cheats as "dregs".
Islamic State jihadists behead four people and shoot eight dead in the ancient Syrian city, monitors say.
A look at why The Gambia is in turmoil, forcing tourists to flee - in 60 seconds.
Mexico's health ministry is investigating claims fake medicine was used on children in Veracruz state.
Donald Trump has caused a shortage of pink yarn - continuing a history of knitters' activism.
A landmark high-rise building in the Iranian capital, Tehran, collapses after being engulfed by fire.
A boost for the German military budget in 2017 is still short of what Nato is seeking.
Sir Paul McCartney takes legal action against Sony over who controls The Beatles' back catalogue.