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In the latest of a string of accusations, a set designer accuses the French actor of grabbing her in 2021.
The US president says the warring sides are close to a truce but Hamas says a deal is not that close.
Nigeria is experiencing its worst economic crisis in a generation, leading to nationwide protests.
The authorities say it happened on the same day that churchgoers were killed during morning mass.
Sweden international and former Arsenal midfielder Kristoffer Olsson is on a ventilator in hospital after losing consciousness at his home on 20 February.
The Gaganyaan mission aims to send astronauts to an orbit of 400km and bring them back after three days.
The BBC is hearing first-hand accounts of what daily life is like for people living in Gaza.
The photographer did not need medical treatment and Australian police are investigating.
Australian police have found two bodies while searching for suspected murder victims Jesse Baird and Luke Davies.
France's president says European states will give Ukraine medium- and long-range missiles and bombs.
The woman in her 80s was turned away from seven different hospitals amid an ongoing strike.
Sean Bailey, the head of the media giant's live-action film studio, stepped down after 15 years.
Authorities in Grenada believe the couple were thrown into the sea by three escaped inmates.
The initial penalty in the New York trial was $355m, but it is soaring because of interest.
Students broke into cheers and tears as a former professor at a New York college announced a $1bn donation.
Secret Service agents extinguished the flames during the incident on Sunday afternoon.
The Myanmar junta's mandatory military service law has sparked fear, anxiety and defiance.
A review finds Secretary Austin had no "ill intent" in not notifying seniors of his cancer treatment.
The ICJ will issue an opinion on the legality of the occupation, though Israel has snubbed the hearings.
Ahmad al-Ghuferi's wife, mother and daughters were killed when a strike hit the home where they sheltered.
A report ordered by the government finds "gaps in Boeing's safety journey".
The record-breaking donation came from a 93-year-old former professor, who is the widow of a wealthy investor.
Maria Pevchikh claims the Russian opposition leader was set to be exchanged for a hitman when he died.
The Uzbekistan judgement also gives compensation to families of children who died or became disabled.
Shveta Sharma accuses the bank manager at India's ICICI Bank of pulling an elaborate con.
The passengers developed gastroenteritis after visiting South Africa - not cholera, authorities say.
Europe correspondent Nick Beake on the scene as farmers take to the streets in protest.
Their families have appealed to the Indian government for help getting them back home.
Brazil's former president greets supporters in Sao Paulo as an investigation continues into the 2023 storming of Congress.
After Alabama rules that frozen embryos are children, some fertility patients pray that lawmakers find a solution.
Cillian Murphy and Robert Downey Jr won acting prizes, while the film won best ensemble cast.
The pop star talks about her sex-positive EP, and why artists need to take a stand over royalties.
A selection of striking images from our readers around the world.
Serhiy suffered catastrophic injuries - including losing both his legs - when an anti-tank mine blew up his vehicle.
As Kristi Noem and Vivek Ramaswamy top a straw poll of conservative activists, we assess all the pitches.
Clashes erupt between security forces and farmers protesting at the presence of President Macron.
Paul Adams examines why agencies are unable to get desperately needed aid into the Gaza Strip.
Ukrainians may be fatigued by the war, but they still see it as a fight for survival.
The BBC's Joe Inwood reflects on two years since Russia launched its full scale invasion of Ukraine.
Experts say highly flammable cladding may have helped the fire spread.
Odysseus' successful landing has sparked excitement around a possible expansion of the lunar economy.
An American company becomes the first commercial outfit to put a spacecraft on the Moon.
At least nine people were injured in the incident, which Chinese state media said involved over 100 cars.
Beau Lamarre has been charged with murdering missing Australian TV personality Jesse Baird and his boyfriend Luke Davies.
Armourer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, who is on trial after a cinematographer was killed, is seen handing the gun to police.
A fire in two residential buildings in Valencia has killed at least five people, with several still missing.
The BBC's Quentin Sommerville joins the Jordanian Air Force as they drop UK aid into northern Gaza.
Egypt has built more than 3km of wall in the past week, BBC Verify has discovered.
Shrapnel ripped through the tents of displaced Palestinians as the Israeli military rescued two hostages.
A yellow alert for areas close to the volcano is currently in place, according to local media.
Lyudmila Navalnaya makes a plea to Putin to release Alexei's body after he died in an Arctic prison.
Dramatic video shows the leak towering close to power lines blocking a road in College Station, Texas.
Yulia Navalnaya has posted a video statement blaming the Russian president for her husband's death.
The Israeli prime minister's popularity has declined among Israelis after the 7 October Hamas attacks.