The development comes after an American student who was returned by North Korea in a coma died.
The chief of police in the Midwestern US city of Minneapolis has resigned after a police officer shot dead an Australian woman who had called emergency services to report a possible sexual assault.
US Defence Secretary James Mattis says he believes Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is still alive.
He's banned because of bad behavior, authorities say, but offer a glimmer of hope for Chinese beliebers.
'Lipstick Under My Burkha,' a film about four small-town Indian women, has been released after winning a lengthy battle with India's film certification board.
Six-year-old Xanda was apparently shot dead around July 7 just outside Hwange National Park, not far from where Cecil was killed.
They have stubbornly refused to codify their privileges, even after many other Commonwealth jurisdictions have already done so.
The exhumation for a posthumous paternity test reportedly lasted some five hours and involved technicians and construction workers.
It's brought militants in the region together and strengthened their resolve to fight, a new report says.
She is scheduled to deliver her closing statement on Aug. 1 and the verdict will be handed down Aug. 25.
Nolan's new film is based on events surrounding the British evacuation from the French port of Dunkirk after a surprise German push through Allied lines.