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Republican senators voted down Democratic attempts to obtain documents and call new witnesses.
After nearly 13 hours of fierce debate, the US Senate adopts ground rules for the trial.
The White House defence that no crime means no impeachment ignores history, says legal scholar Jonathan Turley.
China says it is now at the "most critical stage" of prevention and control of the new virus.
Tributes are paid to the comedy great, who had been living with dementia.
The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador was hit with more than 70cm of snow.
A psychologist who designed the "enhanced interrogation" techniques gives evidence at Guantánamo Bay.
The Saudi crown prince's WhatsApp account has reportedly been linked to the data breach.
The census, which takes place every 10 years, begins in the remote fishing village of Tooksok Bay.
Byun Hui-soo accuses South Korea's military of intolerance after it said she had broken regulations.
A storm surge ruins rice paddies on Spain's Ebro River and beach resorts are damaged.
A total of 73 million households worldwide have watched the three seasons of the royal drama.
Lawyers for Michael Avenatti claim he is in a high-security cell and has difficulty functioning.
Malcolm Turnbull tells the BBC he "cannot explain" Scott Morrison's actions during the crisis.
Protests take place on Lesbos, Samos and Chios over the handling of people arriving from Turkey.