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WATCH: Democrats to probe Ivanka's use of private email

A new report says US President Donald Trump's daughter and top White House adviser Ivanka Trump repeatedly used a personal email account last year for government business.

Seoul will dissolve Japan-funded sexual slavery foundation

South Korea says it will dissolve a foundation funded by Japan to compensate South Korean women who were forced to work in Japan's World War II military brothels

WATCH: Quick-thinking man saves woman by pushing her out of the way of a speeding vehicle

CCTV footage of a man pushing a woman, believed to be his girlfriend, out of the path of a speeding vehicle has been widely shared on social media.

Trump wanted prosecutions of Hillary Clinton, ex-FBI chief - report

US President Donald Trump wanted prosecutions opened against his 2016 election opponent Hillary Clinton and ex-FBI director James Comey, according to a report in The New York Times.

2 children, 2 adults dead in arson fire at US mansion

An official says two children and two adults are dead at a mansion owned by a tech company executive that was intentionally set ablaze near the New Jersey shore.

WATCH: 20 years of the $100 billion International Space Station

In the 20 years since it was launched in 1998, the International Space Station has delivered on its promise for scientific exploration in the unique environment of space.

Yemen: 85 000 children may have died from starvation

Aid group Save the Children analysed UN data and found tens of thousands of kids under 5 perished from severe hunger.

WATCH: Helicopter crew saves people, pets on peak during California wildfire

Newly released video shows the dramatic moment firefighters rescued three people and two dogs as thick smoke and flames fast approached in Southern California.

WATCH: The best cars for pizza deliveries

Delivering pizza can sometimes become hard work as the most important thing is keeping it as hot as possible until final delivery - here are the best cars for the job.

US police apologise for removing black man from Washington shop

Police in Kirkland, Washington, have apologised for helping the owner of a frozen yogurt shop kick out a black man because employees said they felt uncomfortable.

WATCH: Top World news videos you have to see

Trump pardons turkey Peas referring to political recent stories | Putting a Russian in charge of Interpol is like putting the mafia in charge, Putin critic warns; here are the top World news videos. <strong>WATCH.</strong>

WATCH: Trump insists Ivanka's emails not like Hillary's

US President Donald Trump has defended his daughter's use of a private email address to conduct White House business.

Under-fire UN environment chief resigns

UN environment chief Erik Solheim has resigned after an audit questioning his huge travel expenses triggered an outcry, UN officials say.

UPDATE: Israel steps up boycott fight after Airbnb settlement ban

Israel is threatening vacation rental company Airbnb with high taxes and legal repercussions over its decision to remove listings from Jewish West Bank settlements

Gunmen kidnap Italian woman, 23, in Kenya

Kenya's police chief says gunmen have kidnapped an Italian volunteer along Kenya's coast.

Facebook access hit by unspecified problems

Facebook says users were having trouble accessing the social network and its other applications such as Instagram, but did not explain the cause of the outages.

Teen driver who survived horror Formula 3 crash vows to race again

A 17-year-old racing driver who fractured her spine in a horrifying crash at the Formula 3 Macau Grand Prix has vowed to return to the sport after surviving surgery lasting nearly half a day.

Khashoggi killing: Despite murder, US to keep 'steadfast' partnership with Saudis - Trump

President Donald Trump says the brutal murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives will not derail the US-Saudi relationship - even if Prince Mohammed bin Salman were found to bear responsibility.

Rain could hamper search for victims of California wildfire

People searching for victims of wildfire were in a race against the weather, as expected rains could wash away fragmentary remains.
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