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Ferrari stage remarkable turnaround as former world champion Vettel wins his first race for new team.
Washington has been standing in the way of business for years.
Denouncing deadly attack on Bardo museum, foreign dignitaries and Tunisians are expected to attend solidarity march.
Father of one of 150 victims of plane crash in French Alps says pilot welfare must be taken into greater consideration.
Iraqi Kurds are still frustrated by the slow arrival of armaments and equipment from the United States.
Mansour Hadi calls Houthis "puppets of Iran" and says aerial attacks against them will not stop until they surrender.
Andersen makes 29 saves as the Anaheim Ducks join Nashville Predators in the Western Conference playoffs.
New reports say Andreas Lubitz suffered from vision problems, adding to earlier claims he was severely depressed.
Tens of thousands expected to line streets during elaborate state funeral for Singapore's first prime minister.
Houthi rebels reportedly advance towards Saudi border while coalition air strikes continue for fourth successive night.
Residents' movement to be restricted in five provinces in country's west after new spike in recorded cases.
Kenyan officials say they are "shocked and concerned" their allies told citizens to avoid nation's coastal resorts.
The crisis in Yemen is at the top of the agenda at a meeting of Arab leaders in Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh.
Technical problems have plagued a new system for reading voting cards with biometric card-reading machines.
Despite security threat, thousands vote in Nigeria's northeast, beset by conflict between government and insurgents.
Cook says he will set aside money for his 10-year-old nephew's college education, and give the rest away before he dies.
Republican chair of committee investigating Benghazi attacks says former secretary of state "wiped clean" her server.
Unanimously adopted resolution keeps four-year arms embargo in place but opens door to exemptions on case-by-case basis.
Voters brave sun, insecurity and queues but presidential election extended to Sunday in some areas after tech glitches.
An Indian industrialist’s love for the sport has made him create a cricket museum in his Dubai backyard.