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The singer's lawyer says he maintains his innocence of the 10 charges, at least nine involving minors.
The US president plans to nominate Kelly Knight Craft, after his previous pick Heather Nauert withdrew.
The murder of a Muslim dairy farmer in rural Rajasthan raises questions about the relationship between police and cow protection gangs.
Two people are killed and others are injured as civilians confront troops at the border with Brazil.
Paul Whelan, a former US marine accused of spying in Russia, has spoken to the BBC for the first time since his arrest.
BBC Monitoring looks at how the demise of the Islamic State group is reported by opposing factions in the region.
Melissa McCarthy and Glenn Close were just two of the stars being honoured at the Oscar Wilde Awards.
More and more elections are being held in Africa however analysts dismiss many as being "lawful but illegitimate".
When the HIV status of 14,000 in Singapore was leaked, an entire community was left insecure and exposed.
As North Korea inches out of diplomatic isolation, what will happen to the diplomats who go renegade?
The latest set of 24 images from a group of photographers who document the first 24 hours of each year.