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Rescuers in Beirut used small cameras to identify the location of the feline before pulling it to safety.
The new building was inaugurated under the shadow of a boycott by major opposition parties.
China hopes the C919 will end the dominance of Airbus and Boeing - but it relies on Western components.
Misinformation about measures taken to tackle cholera outbreaks has led to violent protests.
Recent measures cracking down on e-cigarettes are much needed, teachers and public health experts say.
Anger is rising in the Portuguese capital Lisbon, where affordable homes are rarer and rarer.
European leaders are getting nervous about the US election and shifts in foreign policy.
The White House and the Republicans are now said to be ironing out details of a bill to avert a default.
The city's mayor says one man is killed in Ukraine's capital, and more than 20 drones are shot down.
South African Tamara Magwashu grew up unable to afford pads or tampons - now she is changing that for others.
Ken Paxton, Texas' Attorney General, is now suspended from office pending a trial in the state Senate.
The lawyer told the judge he did not know content from the artificial intelligence could be false.
Officers used water cannon to try to disperse the crowds at the Extinction Rebellion protest
Turks vote in a momentous presidential run-off to decide on their country's future path.
A four-year-old boy is among those killed in the disaster, which struck in the early hours of Saturday.
Moscow's ambassador to the UK says Western supplies of weapons to Ukraine risk escalating the conflict.
One of the Civic Party's founders says the closure is a blow for the city's pro-democracy movement.
"You can run but you can't hide," commissioner Thierry Breton warns Twitter over upcoming rules.
Randy Lankford will be sentenced in June for failing to complete funeral services he was paid for.
The expulsions follow increasingly strained relations between Russia and Germany over Ukraine.
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