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The 23-year-old rape victim set on fire by a gang of men, which included her alleged rapists, has died in a New Delhi hospital, prompting protests from opposition leaders who blamed the ruling party for failing to check incidents of violence against women. Matthew Larotonda reports.

A dramatic collapse of a cliff was captured by a local resident in a New Zealand town that declared a 'state of emergency' following a river flooding on Saturday.

An imprisoned Iranian stem cell expert was released by Washington on Saturday in exchange for the liberation of a Chinese-American researcher detained in Iran for three years on spying charges. Emer McCarthy reports.

The legendary charity runner Rosie Swale Pope jogged along the streets of Istanbul with her bright red cart as part of yet another mammoth journey - this time from London to Nepal. Mia Womersley reports

Billie Eilish, BTS, Camila Cabello, Katy Perry and Lizzo were some of the big names who walked the red carpet at 102.7 KIIS FM's 2019 Jingle Ball on Friday night (December 6). The international

Some of the best images from the past week taken by Reuters photographers across the globe and selected by our editors.

The final election debate between British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn found Johnson facing redoubled attacks, including claims from the Labour leader that the government was considering selling off parts of the country's treasured universal healthcare system to the United States in a post-Brexit trade deal.

Wall Street ended solidly higher on Friday as a strong jobs report and optimism about U.S.-China trade negotiations ahead of an upcoming deadline helped stoke investor risk appetite. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

Democratic presidential contender Michael Bloomberg said in an interview that aired on Friday that Donald Trump would easily defeat any of his Democratic White House rivals in next year’s election. Lisa Bernhard has more.

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a package of bills Friday aimed at guarding against racial discrimination in elections. Roger Fortuna Reports.

U.S. President Donald Trump has refused to engage with the House of Representatives’ impeachment inquiry but is expected to adopt a very different strategy in the likely event of a trial in the Senate. Yahaira Jacquez reports.

A U.S. District Court jury in Los Angeles on Friday found in favor of Tesla boss Elon Musk in the defamation lawsuit brought against him by a British cave explorer who Musk had branded a "pedo guy" on Twitter. Freddie Joyner has more.

Officials said a member of the Saudi Air Force was a suspect in Friday's shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola that left four people dead including the gunman and eight people injured. Colette Luke has more.

November's solid job growth is just part of a good news story facing investors into the end of the year but Victoria Fernandez, the chief market strategist at Crossmark Global Investments, thinks there will be more market volatility. Conway G. Gittens has the interview.

U.S. first lady Melania Trump visits Children's National Hospital in Washington D.C. to tour the hospital and read a holiday story to sick children.

Despite a surprisingly strong November payrolls report, the Federal Reserve is expected to hold rates steady next week following three rate cuts this year. Conway G. Gittens has the week ahead.

Saturday's heavyweight title rematch between Andy Ruiz and Anthony Joshua has been billed the 'Clash on the Dunes' by promoters eager to accept the highly lucrative if also controversial Saudi invitation. Freddie Joyner has more.

U.S President Donald Trump said Saudi Arabia's King Salman called him to offer condolences and sympathy to the victims of a shooting at a U.S. Navy base, after officials said the suspect was a Saudi national attending training there.

The United States is preparing further sanctions over killings of anti-government protesters in Iraq, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Friday.

Teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg said on Friday the voices of climate strikers are being heard but politicians are still not taking action. Emer McCarthy reports.

Iraqis in the southern town of Nassiriya hold a mile-long march to commemorate deaths there since protests began. In particular, last Thursday, when security forces gunned down unarmed protesters in the single bloodiest day. Lucy Fielder reports.

From vintage posters to action figures, Star Wars collectibles are up for grabs in an online auction, days ahead of the release of the sci-fi saga's highly-anticipated ninth chapter.

As scientists say Alaska's glaciers are melting at record or near-record levels, climate activists demand action from world leaders. Jillian Kitchener has more.

U.S. job growth increased by 266,000 in November, the biggest jump in 10 months, despite a slump in the manufacturing sector and overall uncertainty due to numerous trade spats between the U.S. and trading partners. Conway G. Gittens looks at the hiring surge.

France rejects a U.S. idea for companies to opt out of a proposed international tax reform, Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said on Friday, urging Washington to negotiate in good faith. Ciara Lee reports


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