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The producers of 24: Legacy say footage of the 2013 Nairobi attack will be cut from all broadcasts.
Police are investigating the cause of the blast, which ripped through a shopping area.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says the US is "not experiencing the best of times".
Turkish-backed forces besieging the town of al-Bab have reached the centre, Turkey says.
Bar "lockouts" have helped reduce violence, but critics say they have created new dangers.
More fruit and veg might prevent nearly eight million premature deaths each year, researchers say.
Mr Rato and 64 other bankers were accused of misusing corporate credit cards at Spain's two banks.
The crackdown follows recent attacks on foreigners which has led to protests in Nigeria.
China is accused of "dancing to the tune of the US" after blocking North Korean coal imports.
Organiser says the ironic event is a protest against fake news.
Country's defence minister admits the presence of a powerful military team focused on controlling information.
Schools are blockaded in protest at alleged police brutality, including the reported rape of a black man.
Tigers in China chase and knock a drone out of the sky, in a keep fit exercise.
Sri Lankan asylum seekers in Hong Kong fear they are being pursued for helping the US whistleblower.
Protesters in the US are arrested by police after a deadline passes to end the year-long protest.
Venezuelan cross-country skier Adrian Solano was expelled from France on his way to a training camp.
The head of Telangana state uses $750,000 (£610,790) from public funds to offer gold at a temple.
Governing party candidate Lenin Moreno will face conservative Guillermo Lasso in a run-off on 2 April.
Rumours are rife about the state of Muhammadu Buhari's health - and about his grip on power.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville reports from Mosul airport as Iraqi security forces try to retake western Mosul.