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His remarks come as the US comes under fire at home and abroad for withdrawing its troops from Syria.
UK and EU officials are continuing technical talks ahead of Thursday's crunch EU council meeting.
A massacre denier is told to compensate the father of a child killed in the 2012 school shooting.
Several pro-democracy legislators waved placards and chanted slogans, while standing on desks.
Leonardo da Vinci's iconic drawing is bound for the Louvre art museum, despite fears for its safety.
Images of Kim Jong-un astride a white steed on Mount Paektu fuel speculation of a major announcement.
Officials say two of the adults had previously been denied travel authorisation to the United States.
The site, run from South Korea, had hundreds of thousands of videos containing child abuse.
Activists said the charges against Hajar Raissouni were part of a crackdown on opposition media.
The trio were taken off a train heading towards the scene of a deadly military testing accident.
A 58-year-old man will appear in court suspected of holding a family in a farm's secret room.
American boxer Patrick Day has died at the age of 27, four days after sustaining a brain injury in a fight against Charles Conwell.
Workers have been on strike for nearly five weeks as they demand better pay and working conditions.
The firm's subscriber growth is slowing, and Disney and Apple are due to launch their own streaming services.
In its latest economic assessments, the IMF says risks to global financial stability remain high.
With two weeks to go, the National Audit Office warns governments and firms are not fully prepared.
Ben Cook steps down as president of Atlantic Records after dressing up as a member of Run DMC.
The retailer says the Gatwick Airport drone shutdown and falling sales had prompted its decision.
The Spanish festival hopes to combat touts by adopting a mobile-only ticket policy.
A plan to force porn sites to verify users' ages will be shelved, says Digital Secretary Nicky Morgan.
The call by regional heads of the CBI business lobby comes amid worries HS2 could be scaled back.
The online fashion retailer blames "challenging" growth and warehouse problems for its weak performance.
The UK's best-known stockpicker shuts his firm after a crash in the value of his multi-billion-pound funds.
The High Street camera chain, owned by Dragons Den star Peter Jones, has seen big rent rises.