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The president says the country faces "a grave turning point" and the next few days will be crucial.
The annual event saw added coronavirus precautions as more than 200 couples tied the knot.
Crowds cheer as the nine-year-old indigenous Australian takes centre-stage in the Queensland match.
Comments that the man who killed his family may have been "driven too far" sparked fury in Australia.
The government employees said they had to stand naked in a room together during the tests.
If successful, the seven-day "reduction in violence" will lead to the signing of a peace deal.
The sisters last saw each other in 1973 and each thought the other had died under the Khmer Rouge.
The nine-month-pregnant nurse was portrayed as heroic for continuing to work on the frontlines.
A wave of discrimination that's emerged with the coronavirus crisis shows how differently the world views China.
Airline industry body IATA predicts global air travel demand will fall for the first time since 2009.
The city is unrecognisable as people work from home and avoid going out.
The Wall Street Journal ran an opinion piece criticising China's response to the coronavirus outbreak.
As China struggles to cope with the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, we look at the scale and importance of it's financial might.
The Westerdam was declared virus-free after docking but then a released passenger tested positive.
A British university says "an incorrect story... spiralled" from its research into the virus's spread.
A bodybuilder, a watercolour artist and a film director are amongst those who have died in Wuhan.
This visit is a genuine opportunity to explore how the two countries can shape the 21st Century.
Hit drama Crash Landing on You was made possible by the key insights of one North Korean defector.
Ahead of President Trump's first state visit to India, here's a look at how his predecessors fared.
"It was a very strange insight into what someone's brain does after they do something like that."
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The patients caught the virus on the Diamond Princess cruise liner, bringing the total UK cases to 13.
One woman has to be rescued from her vehicle by canoe after her car became deluged by floodwater.
Renters speak of struggling to get on the property ladder, amid a shortage of over one million homes.
The London MP says she wants Labour's new leader to be able to choose their own top team.
The family's demand comes after the US refused to extradite the suspect involved in Mr Dunn's death.
Emily Hope, 22, has not been seen since leaving a nightclub in Glasgow in the early hours of Saturday.
England rediscover some of their World Cup form to reignite their own hopes of landing the Six Nations title with a 24-12 win over Ireland.
News Group Newspapers still paying out millions over phone-hacking scandal.
The SNP's Joanna Cherry is challenging Angus Robertson for the Edinburgh Central seat at Holyrood.
The team were greeted by elderly fans instead of children before their game with Watford.
Quincy Anyiam, 26, is accused of causing the death of Anisha Vidal-Garner in Brixton Hill.
Tomas Gafrik, from Slovakia, was last heard of on Thursday morning when he was scaling the UK's highest mountain.
What the Sussexes could learn from the miserable exile of Edward VIII and his demonised US lover.
Will foreign workers in the UK be able to stay, and more of your questions answered.
Boys told "open up" don't "man up" by top rugby players, in a suicide prevention scheme.
Volunteers have been keeping communities going in the wake of Storm Dennis.
As Tyson Fury prepares for his rematch with Deontay Wilder, BBC Sport takes you through all you need to know.
An NHS campaign aims to get patients to look for alternatives to long-term painkiller use.
Viking re-enactor Richard Mehmed says he found faith with Norse gods while "wielding a six-foot axe".
Staffordshire Police release CCTV footage of a lorry driver making a dangerous manoeuvre on the M6 Toll.