The prime minister announced the move in a TV address as clashes continued for a third day.
After being rushed out of a news briefing, the president says the US Secret Service shot a suspect.
Chicago officials say over 100 arrests have been made after a night of violence and looting.
A former national security adviser is on the short list to become the Democratic vice-presidential nominee.
Riot police again fire rubber bullets to quash protests, as the first unrest casualty is confirmed.
The black bear was captured after he was filmed approaching a visitor at an ecological park.
President Lukashenko's main rival refuses to accept defeat, as clashes continue for a second night.
One person was killed and four others seriously injured as a result of the blast.
A plastic surgeon is offering free surgery to people like Romy, who was driving near the port when the blast hit.
The fast food giant is suing Steve Easterbrook, claiming he had relationships with four staff.
The MV Wakashio, which ran aground on a coral reef on 25 July, is now leaking oil off the island.
A dive instructor has recorded his ‘special moment’ with a humpback whale.
For China's global community, the app provides a vital means of staying in touch with home.
A metal detectorist discovers a rare hoard of Bronze Age artefacts during an expedition near Peebles.
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