Ten people aged between 13 and 30 are being questioned on suspicion of murdering a police officer who was dragged along a road by a vehicle.
Ten arrested over murder of British police officer
Hundreds of mourners attended the memorial of a woman they had never met, a victim of the El Paso shooting earlier this month, after her husband opened the service to the public.
Hundreds attend El Paso memorial for victim with few family
New York City’s chief medical examiner determined that suicide by hanging was the cause of death for financier Jeffrey Epstein, whose body was found six days ago in a Manhattan jail cell while awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges.
Official autopsy concludes Epstein death's was suicide by hanging
"There were 15 of us on the boat and I am the only one alive," said Mohammed Adam Oga from his hospital bed in Malta.
Sole migrant survivor describes 11 days in dinghy
An orphaned dugong named Marium, who became an Internet star after being rescued in Thailand in April, has died.
Thailand's 'sweetheart' dugong dies with plastic in stomach
Drug deaths in England and Wales hit a record high, with around 56 people now dying every week from illicit substances, new figures show.
Drug deaths in England, Wales at highest level since records began
A rash of suicides by police officers has shaken the New York Police Department (NYPD), leading the commissioner to declare a mental health emergency and highlighting the problem of untreated depression among law enforcement officers nationwide.
US police departments confront ‘epidemic’ in officer suicides
A federal appeals court said foreign-born students may sue the US government over claims it wrongfully canceled their visas, following a sting where it set up a fake university to entrap corrupt visa brokers.
Students caught in visa sting at fake university may sue US, court rules
The Pacific Islands Forum meeting in Tuvalu this week has ended in open division over climate change. Australia ensured its official communique watered down commitments to respond to climate change, gaining a hollow victory.
Pacific Island nations will no longer stand for Australia’s inaction on climate change
Luiz Pedreira walks with other hikers beneath the Atlantic Forest's thick canopy in Brazil, where an 8,000-kilometre (5,000-mile) trail stretching the full length of the country is being opened up.
Trans-Brazil trail raises hopes for future of Atlantic Forest

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