paul manafort's spokesman says he "co-operated" as law enforcement executed the search warrant.
top us diplomat rex tillerson strikes a cautious tone as donald trump boasts of us nuclear strength.
opposition leader says poll results showing a strong lead for the president were manipulated.
however, the dutch food watchdog says it did receive a tip-off about the chemical last november.
kenya is in a dangerous limbo as it awaits official results of its presidential election, the bbc's alastair leithead says.
officials said the group was seeking to "change lifestyles" and disregarded rules on the hijab.
protests erupted in kisumu, western kenya, after opposition candidate raila odinga alleged that the electoral commission's it system has been hacked to manipulate results.
the golfer was arrested in florida in may after officers found him asleep at the wheel.
details of european commissioners' travel and accommodation expenses are published by campaigners.
the listing, with breakfast provided, is billed "the perfect accommodation for a new york vacation".
there had been intense speculation after the two men were found dead in a garden last thursday.
sarcasm and lgbt rights debated as sports nutrition store cites 'excessive grooming' in job rejection.
the man is shot and arrested after a dramatic car chase on a motorway in northern france.
two indian movie producers appear to be responsible for the wayback machine being barred.
children's cartoon on north korean state television seems to come with an anti-america message.
jonathan marcus assesses what north korea's military could do - even without nuclear weapons.
as north korea threatens to bomb guam, people on the us island are getting nervous - again.
advice to frequently change passwords and to muddle up words with numbers and symbols has changed.
the campaign began after a politician said woman harassed at night should not have been out so late.
it's fair to say australia's ex-pm tony abbott and his sister hold differing views on gay marriage.