President Zelensky says Ukraine's power grid needs to be stabilised after another wave of deadly Russian strikes.
Democrat Raphael Warnock faces Republican Herschel Walker as both fell short of the mark last month.
It will apply to Indonesians and foreigners, and adultery will become an offence for which people can be jailed.
The BBC has identified more people killed in Iran's protests, with high numbers coming from minority groups.
Facebook's parent company says it will pull news from the platform in the US if a new media law passes.
A woman's refusal to create wedding websites for same-sex couples has reached the Supreme Court.
The global icon speaks to BBC 100 Women.
The TV star also featured in the Look Who's Talking film series and the movie Drop Dead Gorgeous.
A grand ceremony was held for the former leader in Beijing's Great Hall of the People.
Prince Harry describes the "pain and suffering of women marrying into" the Royal Family in a new clip.
The ship fires its main engine near the Moon, committing itself to a return to Earth on Sunday.
Police say a man came out of a refugee shelter and attacked two teenagers on their way to school.
Leaders of the governing ANC support Cyril Ramaphosa who was facing a possible impeachment vote.
Tens of thousands are still without power and schools will be closed for a second day.
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