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An Australian publisher made false claims that the cricketer exposed himself, a jury finds.
Severe storms bring a spectacle - and more than 176,000 lightning strikes - to east Australia.
The Hollywood star is accused of making sexual advances towards a child actor 30 years ago.
Experts are trying to raise awareness of the impact on animals.
Theresa May calls for a new disciplinary and grievance process for those working in Parliament.
The firm reported a five-fold jump in profits helped by cost-cutting and a focus on Asia.
Australian football player Nathan Broad sent the image, which went viral, without the woman's consent.
Ex-PM also opens up about his struggle to reach voters in the "touchy-feely" social media era.
Payback time should also be extended to help avoid a future debt crisis, says the UK 2020 report.
A cancer charity said myths online leave patients "scared and at risk of bogus cures".
The flight makes a last-minute change in the stormy weather at Salzburg airport.
The chancellor is in a "very difficult position" for the 22 November Budget, a think tank says.
Madrid says Carles Puigdemont could stand for re-election - provided he has not been imprisoned.
Why hire a manager and then hire someone else to tell them how to do their job?
Since buying a winning ticket in 2013, Rachel Lapierre has used most of her winnings to run her own charity.
Flooding, power cuts and traffic disruptions affect Germany, Poland and the Czech Republic.
The best-selling novelist reveals how he tackles his thrillers and gives away some nuggets about what's coming next.
Parents struggling to cope with their violent autistic children say they are not being supported.
The modular or flat-pack home - often associated with low-cost accommodation - is being transformed by a Filipino entrepreneur.
The US has more citizens who are illiterate than many of its developed counterparts. Why is that?