The CDU suffers its worst-ever poll result in the city state, as the left consolidates power.
Italy quarantines whole towns, closes schools and cancels sports fixtures as infections increase.
The drama series draws ire for a gruesome and fictitious human chess scene at Auschwitz.
Passengers have been left stranded after a strong sandstorm caused poor visibility.
About 50,000 people cannot enter or leave several towns in northern Italy without permission.
Voting ended on Saturday for a president in Togo which has been led by the same family for 53 years.
The quake kills at least nine in eastern Turkey, with injuries and collapsed buildings in Iran.
The main suspect is the widow of a Dutchman whose body was found in a septic tank in Kenya.
The annual event saw added coronavirus precautions as more than 200 couples tied the knot.
Methane is being extracted from Lake Kivu in Rwanda to generate electricity.
"Mad" Mike Hughes, 64, wanted to launch himself into space to prove that the Earth was flat.
The French president's doubts come as the UK government is set to publish its demands.
Organisers of the Amani Festival want to show a different side of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
US officials accused “malign” Russian actors of promoting unfounded theories about the virus online.
This visit is a genuine opportunity to explore how the two countries can shape the 21st Century.
Subtitles are the film connoisseur's choice - but Netflix is sounding the dub-a-dub-dub for dubbing.
Teenagers from the Amazon rainforest speak about their hopes for the future.
Despite claims that Russian prisons are cleaning up their act, inmates and their families tell a different story.
The International Center of Photography is showcasing photos of hip-hop's greatest stars.
Protesters vow to continue the unrest in Santiago until changes are made to Chile's constitution.
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