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The car had messages, including one criticising "globalisation politics", written on its sides.
Professional Footballers' Association chief executive Gordon Taylor is to stand down at the end of the season.
The president-elect describes the Trump administration's help with the transition as not "begrudging".
The family of Loujain al-Hathloul, who is on hunger strike, had hoped she would be released.
Researchers also found chewed remains of the plant, which has psychoactive effects, in the cave.
Former world champion Stuart Bingham becomes the second player to make a maximum 147 break in the first round of this year's UK Championship.
"I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second," Meghan writes in an article.
The team had feared the owners of the rings, inscribed with the names Ahmed and Doudou, were dead.
Four Liverpool players, England's Lucy Bronze and Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa are up for prizes at the Best Fifa Football Awards 2020.
The rapper and entrepreneur will act as "chief visionary officer" for the new weed brand TPCO.
Measures designed to contain the coronavirus pandemic will change how millions of people celebrate.
Cyclone Nivar is due to make landfall along the south-eastern coast shortly after midnight.
A fine all-round display from England's Nat Sciver helps Melbourne Stars to a place in the Women's Big Bash final with a dominant semi-final victory over Perth Scorchers in Sydney.
Nasa has stacked the first pieces of the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket at Florida's Kennedy Space Center.
The Blinding Lights singer was expected to perform strongly, but didn't get any nominations.
Key charts and maps explaining how the virus has spread around the world.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed says it is an internal matter amid growing international concern.
Dominik Szoboszlai is attracting attention in Europe and leading Red Bull Salzburg's Champions League hopes.
Long linked with Real Madrid but now at Inter Milan, Christian Eriksen's dream has turned into a nightmare so far in Italy.
Moscow says a US Navy destroyer entered its territorial waters on Tuesday.
Built on coal, Colstrip has been under threat for years. It may not matter who sits in the Oval Office.
A couple took in the red squirrel after it was found injured and near death on a roadside.
Some ethnic Tigrayans complain of harassment and discrimination - an allegation the government denies.
Jordan Klepper has become known for his Trump supporter interviews with Trevor Noah.
After being labelled "patient zero", a small-town physician in Canada was shunned.
The railways in the UK, Australia and India getting power from the sun in different ways.
Tiny Bhutan is feeling the squeeze as its giant neighbours China and India vie for territory.
The online giant has postponed Black Friday in France after pressure from the government.
Scientists demonstrate a scanning device that will make it easier to study the brain.
Maria and her children were driven from their home in Nagorno-Karabakh due to the ongoing conflict.
Zahara, a platinum-selling singer in South Africa, talks to the BBC about surviving a violent attack.
When Sami Wunder started out as a dating and relationships coach there was one issue that scared her.
Officers in Ohio smashed a window to pull out the driver before the vehicle became fully submerged.
Christophe Dominici was best known for helping France knock New Zealand out of the 1999 Rugby World Cup.
The transition process is finally under way even though President Trump has not given up his legal challenges.
US foreign policy experts weigh in on what the new slate of top diplomats means for global affairs.
A new report warns Afghanistan is becoming a major methamphetamine producer, leaving addicts in its wake.
Aliyas Dayee, a "voice for the voiceless" in Helmand, was killed by a bomb earlier this month.