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Toronto police officer praised for not shooting van attack suspect
A police officer has been praised for refusing to shoot a man seeking "suicide by cop", after allegedly killing 10 people in a van attack in Toronto.
Toronto van attack suspect charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder
The Toronto van attack suspect has been charged with 10 counts of first-degree murder and 13 cases of attempted murder.
Finland to scrap Universal Basic Income scheme after two-year trial
Finland is to scrap a pioneering universal wage scheme that paid people a flat monthly fee rather than unemployment benefits.
Boy, 12, uses family credit card to fly to Bali
A 12-year-old Australian boy flew to Bali on his own after using his parents' credit card to book flights following a family row.
Korea summit: Childhood favourite on menu for Kim Jong Un
North Korea's Kim Jong Un will be served a childhood favourite at a formal dinner following Friday's inter-Korean summit, it has been revealed.
'New beginning' for Armenia as mass protests spark PM's resignation
Armenia's prime minister has resigned after mass protests at his appointment following 10 years as president.
Man arrested after karaoke bar fire kills 18 people in China
A fire at a karaoke bar in Qingyuan City in southern China has killed 18 people and injured another five, according to the official Xinhua news agency.
Wristband tests drinks to see if they have been spiked
A university is hoping to protect students from being spiked after launching a wristband that can detect drugs in drinks.
'Selfie' monkey Naruto cannot sue for copyright, US court rules
A monkey that took a selfie using a wildlife photographer's camera cannot sue for copyright, a US court has ruled.
Surgeons perform first scrotum and penis transplant
A man who lost his genitals in a war injury has received the world's first full penis and scrotum transplant.