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Officials said being denied "several" jobs at various colleges may have been a motive for the shooting.
Anna Mani, one of India's first women scientists, broke barriers to blaze a trail in meteorology.
Pele's former football club has been relegated for the first time in 111 years, resulting in riots across Santos.
The Dendrobium orchid is sacred to Taiwan's Tsou tribe, but it is getting harder and harder to find.
Amnesty and Human Rights Watch say a tank crew probably deliberately fired on Issam Abdallah.
Gadi Eisenkot's son Gal, 25, died after a tunnel shaft exploded in northern Gaza, Israeli media say.
Kate Cox says her foetus has a lethal abnormality that poses a risk to her health and future fertility.
The Festival of Lights is marked around the world amid a difficult time for Jewish communities
The two are accused of leading a spear-phishing campaign that targeted multiple U.S. government agencies, employees of think tanks and journalists.
Reuters, AFP and two rights groups investigated an attack that killed Reuters journalist Issam Abdallah in Lebanon and said their findings indicate Israel was responsible.
The BBC has seen evidence of foreigners without valid visas being sent to a military camp near Ukraine.
World Food Program employees said that McCain, the agency’s director, was indifferent to the plight of staff at the front lines of the Israel-Gaza war.
Kenya follows Malawi in sending casual farm workers to fill a labour shortage on Israel's farms.
U.N. Secretary General António Guterres warned that Gaza’s entire humanitarian system is on the brink of collapse.
Critics said the biopic of J. Robert Oppenheimer downplayed the effect of the devastating atomic bombings of Nagasaki and Hiroshima in Japan.
A state of emergency is declared in the country after massive blast at an industrial area.
Fourteen people are accused of trying to undermine Venezuela in its tense border dispute with Guyana.
The FSB state security service is accused of hacking and releasing sensitive documents.
The four-centuries-old art mixing costume, drama and music joins other global customs and traditions.
Police say they believe the 14-year-old girl may have been involved in a conflict with classmates.