It came even as Trump questioned Clinton's 'stamina' to be president
'We didn't understand why it shouldn't be paid back'
More than 200 people have died on this highway so far in 2016, suggeting it could trump Bolivia's infamous 'Death Road'
Defection is latest in wake of a wave of protests across two Ethiopian regions
Petition calls for statue to be pulled down and replaced with one of 'our African heroes or heroines'
Officials still yet to determine whether the five items came from the missing Boeing 777
A state of emergency has been declared following a second night of unrest
Some African countries want to sell off their huge ivory stockpiles and say their elephant populations are thriving. But charities and experts say any sale puts a value on all tusks – and that puts animals at risk from poaching
If antibiotics lose their effectiveness then key medical procedures – including gut surgery, caesarean sections, joint replacements and chemotherapy – could become too dangerous to perform
The SARS unit of the Nigerian police force is allegedly treating detainees like cash cows, according to a damning Amnesty International report
In his last session in the Berlin state parliament, Gerwald Claus-Brunner had told members: ‘When you have to deal with the AfD for the first time, you will light a candle for me’
Critics have said the latest papers lack detail and data to be convincing
'Imagine if all five of them went off at the same time... the loss of life could have been enormous'
Investigators hunt for clues as New York prepares to host world leaders
Dramatic footage showed an officer smashing man's car in case of mistaken identity
Lib Dem leader says PM is a 'pragmatic' politician who could be swayed by public opinion