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The Chinese firm says it is "shocked" by an order for US companies to stop doing business with the app.
Mohammed bin Salman has been accused of sending a hit-squad to kill a former Saudi official.
Lilly Wachowski, who came out as trans in 2016, says the "world wasn't quite ready" in 1999.
Photos of a naked Berlin man chasing a wild boar to get his stolen laptop back go viral.
"He's against God. He's against guns," Mr Trump says of his Democratic challenger.
Birdwatching has boomed during Australia's Covid-19 lockdown - and it's having an unexpected benefit.
New research says that the lockdown, by itself, will make little difference to climate change.
But the South Korean study couldn't say how much this group actually passed coronavirus on.
The US reimposes a 10% tariff on some Canadian aluminium products.
New York's attorney general announces a lawsuit aimed at dissolving the powerful gun lobbying group.
The social media giant's shares rose on Thursday after the launch of its new TikTok rival Instagram Reels.
Apple is denying consumers cloud gaming, says Microsoft, as streaming service is blocked on iPhones.
The British star is playing Black Panther Fred Hampton, whose death shocked America.
Chancellor warns there is "always the risk" holidays may be disrupted, as virus cases climb in France.
The music producer, who once worked with Beyonce and Nicki Minaj, is charged with raping five women.