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Railway experiment hopes to put an end to collisions with deer drawn to the track.
Jorge Garcia was brought illegally to the US aged 10.
Japan told an international meeting that Korean Olympics talks should not lead to reduced sanctions.
Canberra joins the US in complaining to the World Trade Organization about sales in Canada.
Joshua Wong, a leader of the protests, was found guilty of obstructing clearances of barricades.
Ferrero will pay $2.8bn for brands such as Crunch, Nerds, Runts and Butterfinger.
The couple who allegedly held their own children captive registered a private school at their home.
A private meeting with victims is held, amid a papal visit overshadowed by Church sex scandals.
Aanchal Thakur talks about the significance of winning India's first winter sports medal.
Turkey says an operation against Afrin is imminent.
Wild dolphins burn up to 33,000 calories a day, say researchers - equivalent to about 60 salmon portions.
Jessica Falkholt has succumbed to injuries she suffered in a car crash, a hospital confirms.
The Hong Kong resident is accused of retaining classified records after leaving the US spy agency.
Cory Booker says he is "seething with anger" over the president's reported remarks on immigration.
How two student friends set up and grew popular bikini and swimsuit business Agua Bendita.
Terry Mango defended the brand, after her son was caught up in a racism row.
Trump may have stoked fears with his erratic and volatile tweets, but he has not torpedoed alliances.
Dr Ronny Jackson fields questions about Mr Trump's health, which he says may be due to "good genes".
The US president, 71, displays no abnormal signs following a cognitive exam, his doctor says.
Dozens camped out overnight to buy the Adidas trainers that allow free rides on Berlin's metro.