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The staple ingredient has become a symbol of the country's rising cost of living.
Disability rights activists are disrupting rush hour in Seoul's subway stations to demand better access.
QNET is being investigated by Indian authorities for suspected money-laundering.
Former PM Andrej Babis and retired Nato general Petr Pavel are vying for the ceremonial but influential post.
A revival of hemp cultivation in Portugal has spurred the use of hemp blocks in construction.
The 29-year-old allegedly used a fake birth certificate to attend the high school in New Jersey.
Fourteen police officers have died since the start of 2023 amid a huge surge in gang violence.
The Uzbekistan native may face the death penalty for what was the city's deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11.
A 25-year-old Moroccan is detained after a church caretaker is killed and a priest injured.
In 1938, Woman Ironing was sold to escape Germany. Now the heirs of the original owner want it back.
Tyre Nichols, 29, was stopped in Memphis on 7 January for reckless driving and died three days later.
The US Department of Justice says its operation against the cyber gang was a 21st Century stakeout.
The CCTV footage reveals the moment a tornado touched down and tore through Deer Creek.
The mummy is found sealed inside a sarcophagus that has been unopened for 4,300 years.
The driver has been charged with several offences, including attempted murder.
The 29-year-old was stopped in Memphis on 7 January for reckless driving and died three days later.
After training women on the beach and in a garage, Osama has now moved to a professional centre.
What's behind the raid on the West Bank city, which led to nine Palestinian deaths on Thursday?
Pascale Ferrier, a dual citizen of Canada and France, is expected to face around 22 years in prison.
Officials investigate whether it knowingly scheduled more flights than it could handle last month.