Image copyright Reuters Image caption Large crowds followed Mr Adamowicz's coffin through the streets on Friday A day of mourning is under way in Poland ahead of the funeral of Pawel Adamowicz, the mayor of Gdansk fatally stabbed at a charity event last Sunday. Large screens have been set up around St Mary's Church in…
Image copyright AFP/ SECRETARIA DE DEFENSA NACIONAL Image caption The town is about 65 miles (105km) north of Mexico city At least 21 people have been killed and 71 more injured in an explosion at an oil pipeline in Mexico. It is believed the blast occurred after the line was ruptured by suspected oil thieves…
Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTrump's attorney general nominee William Barr is quizzed about obstructionUS President Donald Trump has hit back over a news report that he directed his then personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to lie to Congress. Buzzfeed News said Mr Trump had instructed Cohen to lie about plans to build…
Image copyright AFP Image caption The Singapore summit was the first such meeting for a sitting US president US President Donald Trump is to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un for a second summit by the end of February, the White House says. The announcement came after Mr Trump met top North Korean negotiator Kim…
Image copyright Reuters Image caption Rybka pleaded guilty to soliciting in Thailand A Belarusian model who said she had evidence of Russian collusion with Donald Trump's election campaign is now in Russian police custody. Nastya Rybka (real name Anastasia Vashukevich) was detained at Moscow's main airport after being deported from Thailand for soliciting. Her lawyer…
Image copyright Getty Images US Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi has cancelled plans to visit American troops in Afghanistan due to claims the White House "leaked" her security plan. The news comes one day after Mr Trump banned the Democratic delegation from using a military aircraft for the trip. Mrs Pelosi's spokesman said on Friday that…
Image copyright OSPAN ALI Image caption Yerlan Nurgaliev holding a baby saiga On 13 January two Kazakh rangers were on their usual patrol when they saw something strange - fresh car tracks. In the remote uninhabited steppe, this could mean only one thing - poachers. Yerlan Nurgaliev and Pyotr Nitsyk quickly gave chase, firing warning…
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mr Pence has long been politically opposed to expanding LBGT rights US Vice-President Mike Pence has called criticism of his wife's decision to resume teaching at an anti-LGBT school "deeply offensive". In an interview with a Catholic TV network, Mr Pence said it amounted to an "attack" on religious…
A mother who turned to IVF after years of trying in vain for a baby said she was shocked to find out she was expecting triplets - two of whom had been conceived naturally. Betty Bienias and her husband Pawel, from Corsham, had been trying to have children for seven years. When the couple eventually…
Image copyright Reuters Image caption Hundreds of people have been arrested during the crackdown this week Zimbabwe has shut down the internet indefinitely amid an intensifying crackdown on protests against a hike in fuel prices. The country's largest mobile operator - Econet - says it has been ordered to cut services until further notice. Access…
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