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Saudi Arabia to finally lift cinema ban from 2018
Saudi Arabians will be allowed to legally watch a film in a cinema next year for the first time in more than three decades.
Melbourne to roll out terrorism alarm system after police foil two plots
Plans have been unveiled for a terrorism alarm system in Australia's second-largest city.
Serial killer Todd Kohlhepp: I had more than seven victims
A convicted serial killer who chained up a woman in a storage container after murdering her boyfriend has claimed he has more victims who are yet to be discovered.
Golden Globes: Kevin Spacey replacement Christopher Plummer nominated
Christopher Plummer has been nominated for a Golden Globe after re-shooting a role played originally by Kevin Spacey.
Celebrities rally around bullied schoolboy Keaton Jones
Celebrities including Chris Evans, Snoop Dogg and Mark Hamill have offered support to a young boy being bullied at school.
Bitcoin surges by 25% as futures trading begins
Bitcoin's price jumped 25% after it started trading on a major exchange for the first time.
Burnt and paralysed: Split fortunes for two injured Syrian boys in Europe
Two injured Syrian boys trying to get medical treatment in Europe have had very different fortunes in their struggle - largely because of how the continent closed its borders since the migration crisis erupted in 2015.
Israeli and Turkish leaders in 'terror' row amid Jerusalem protests
Relations between Israel and Turkey have soured after their leaders traded insults days after President Trump sparked fury by recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Arab League rebukes Donald Trump over 'dangerous' Jerusalem move
The Arab League has slammed Donald Trump over his decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, calling it a "dangerous violation of international law".
Iraq declares war against Islamic State is over
Iraq has announced the end of its war against Islamic State after declaring victory over the jihadist group.