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Nxivm leader Keith Raniere is found guilty of all charges against him in a New York court.
Four men are left in the contest to be the next prime minister after outsider Mr Stewart won just 27 votes.
As the Trump-Kim nuclear talks stall, China is upping its role in tackling the North Korea impasse.
The melting of Himalayan glaciers has doubled over the last 40 years, scientists say.
Congress examines the issue for the first time in a decade, despite Republican opposition.
An Australian detective was forced to take action after an unexpected interruption to a press conference.
"Sent by a Samsung device" - a TV host slipped up as she announced the Egyptian ex-president's death.
Emiliano Sala died in a plane crash in January along with pilot David Ibbotson.
The Malaysia Airlines jet was hit by a missile over Ukraine in July 2014, killing 298 people.
Nominee Kelly Craft said there is "no doubt" human behaviour contributed to climate change.
Three of four suspects are convicted on charges relating to the 2015 militant raid which killed 148.
Former French president Nicolas Sarkozy will face trial for allegedly trying to bribe a magistrate.
The chancellor will say billions he has set aside may be "soaked up" if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
A pilot whose story became a Hollywood film knows the panic that faced crews on Boeing's doomed aircraft.
The Federal Reserve says the economic outlook could force an interest rate cut - something Donald Trump wants.
The fast fashion retailer is trying to be more sustainable, but some are sceptical.
Mr Trump says he will have an "extended meeting" with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G20 next week.
Li Ka-Shing has pledged to pay tuition fees for a group of Chinese students through his foundation.
A US lawmaker asks Facebook to wait before launching its digital currency, hours after it was announced.
Poverty among those who are working has risen, but many more people are now in work, research indicates.
The supermarket's plan rattles upmarket rival brands, sending their shares lower.
Plans for a third runway, as well as new terminals to be built in phases, go out to public consultation.
Airline group IAG says it has "every confidence" in Boeing as it signs a letter of intent to buy 200 planes.
Users will be able make payments with the currency via Facebook's apps and WhatsApp.