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Parched Trump's Rubio-style water gaffe

Parched Trump's Rubio-style water gaffe

The president goes in search of water during a speech, prompting comparisons with a man he mocked.
Roy Moore: How Alabamians are defending the accused judge

Roy Moore: How Alabamians are defending the accused judge

"In the South, some of these girls look 20 and some look 14", says a supporter of the accused judge.
Going everywhere

Going everywhere

The Travelers' Century Club is home to the world's most-travelled people - so what keeps them going?
'Da Vinci artwork' sells for record $450m

'Da Vinci artwork' sells for record $450m

Salvator Mundi, reputedly painted by the artist, is sold by Christie's in New York for $450m.
Zimbabwe takeover seems like a coup, African Union says

Zimbabwe takeover seems like a coup, African Union says

The military moves to seize power, with veteran President Robert Mugabe under house arrest.
Pontiff swaps popemobile for Lamborghini

Pontiff swaps popemobile for Lamborghini

The Pope blessed the sports car, a gift he received which is being auctioned for charity.
Police: California man killed wife before gun rampage

Police: California man killed wife before gun rampage

Kevin Janson Neal killed five people before he was shot dead by police near an elementary school.
Zimbabwe crisis: Who is Grace Mugabe?

Zimbabwe crisis: Who is Grace Mugabe?

Zimbabwe's first lady, or "Gucci Grace" to some, was tipped to be the country's next president.
Isabel Dos Santos sacked from Angola state oil firm

Isabel Dos Santos sacked from Angola state oil firm

Isabel Dos Santos, daughter of Angola's ex-president, is dismissed as head of the state oil firm.
Zimbabwe crisis: 'Thanks for taking out the tyrant'

Zimbabwe crisis: 'Thanks for taking out the tyrant'

Zimbabwe's military has placed President Robert Mugabe under house arrest in the capital Harare.
UCLA shoplifters freed by China take hint and thank Trump

UCLA shoplifters freed by China take hint and thank Trump

The shoplifting basketball players, released by China after the US president intervened, apologise.
UK government funds Matthew Herbert's Brexit Big Band

UK government funds Matthew Herbert's Brexit Big Band

Musician Matthew Herbert hopes to tour Europe to heal "huge divisions" caused by Brexit - helped by a UK government grant.
Iran-Iraq earthquake: Olympic champion auctions gold medal for victims

Iran-Iraq earthquake: Olympic champion auctions gold medal for victims

Kianoush Rostami says he is "returning my Olympic gold medal to my people".
Mexico migrant killings: Police detain suspect

Mexico migrant killings: Police detain suspect

The man was wanted in connection with the killing of 72 migrants in Tamaulipas state in 2010.
Trump picks ghost hunter to be federal judge

Trump picks ghost hunter to be federal judge

Brett Talley, who has never tried a case, once spent his free time hunting phantoms in Alabama.
Who's the 'crocodile' and is he behind Zimbabwe military takeover?

Who's the 'crocodile' and is he behind Zimbabwe military takeover?

Is Zimbabwe's former vice president, also known as the "crocodile" behind the military takeover?
Zimbabwe country profile

Zimbabwe country profile

Provides overview, key facts and events, timelines and leader profiles along with current news about Zimbabwe.
Buddha tattoo woman Naomi Coleman wins compensation

Buddha tattoo woman Naomi Coleman wins compensation

Sri Lanka's Supreme Court said Naomi Coleman's treatment was "scandalous and horrifying".
Has Mugabe gone too far?

Has Mugabe gone too far?

Zimbabwe's military could force President Mugabe to resign - but they won't want to humiliate him.
NZ driver pulled over for playing 'air bagpipes'

NZ driver pulled over for playing 'air bagpipes'

New Zealand police pulled over a driver who appeared to be playing bagpipes at the wheel.