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South Korea suspends operations at the Kaesong industrial park run with North Korea in response to Pyongyang's nuclear and rocket tests.
Heineken raises its dividend after seeing profits rise 25%, while Carlsberg trims losses.
Anger grows over Sydney's drinking law limits
Two 15-year-olds are killed when a school bus crashes in snowy conditions in the French department of Doubs, near the Swiss border.
Liberia's Supreme Court blocks the Senate's attempt to jail the country's finance minister after he tried to clamp down on politicians' expenses.
Two US human rights charities launch an appeal for donations of old memory sticks to aid those distributing material banned in North Korea.
Japanese shares have continued to fall, hitting their lowest level since October 2014 and entering a bear market.
Bavarian police reject as speculation a report that a controller turned off a safety system before two trains crashed, leaving at least 10 people dead.
Google's self-driving technology should be considered a legal driver, the US highways authority says.
A pregnant woman living in Queensland, Australia has tested positive for the Zika virus, say health authorities.
Ten candidates chugged in to New Hampshire after the Iowa caucuses with hopes of success. But now that the primary results are in, who has a ticket on the presidential train as it rolls down the coast, to South Carolina and beyond?
A 34-year-old man who recently travelled to South America has become China's first confirmed case of Zika virus infection, reports state media.
Migrants including children and pregnant women are flown by the Costa Rican authorities to a Mexican border town, where they are set to enter the US.
After winning in New Hampshire Republican Donald Trump tells his supporters that "we are going to make America so great again".
Hong Kong police say they will hold an inquiry after an officer fired two warning shots during clashes over food stall clearances in Mong Kok.
Could Cyprus split soon be over?
Horses discriminate between happy and angry human facial expressions, according to research.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders are projected to win the New Hampshire primary in the race for presidential nominees, US media report.
President Obama's plans to regulate emissions of carbon dioxide from US power plants are stalled by the Supreme Court.
Rarely seen pictures by Jacques Henri Lartigue reveal his love of colour photographs.