French dairy group Lactalis admits its products may have infected people before the current scandal.
Apple sold more than 77 million iPhones in the final months of 2017.
The president is expected to declassify the document, despite the FBI's "grave concerns".
Elisabeth Revol says she was forced to abandon her climbing partner in order to be rescued.
Investigators say Wood's then husband, Robert Wagner, has "changed his story" about how she died in 1981.
High-tech tracking collars on polar bears reveal a growing Arctic struggle, say scientists.
A 12-year-old girl is in custody after opening fire on classmates, leaving five injured, police say.
Joice Mujuru's NPP party says she was pelted with stones in an act of political violence.
A mass brawl between Afghan and Eritrean migrants has left at least four fighting for their lives.
A storm knocked electricity out, preventing lifts from bringing nightshift workers to the surface.
Presidents Obama, Clinton and Bush all drew bigger television ratings, according to data.
US politicians nominate three Hong Kong pro-democracy activists for the Nobel Peace Prize.
A flooded Paris street gives wakeboarders an opportunity to practise in town.
The Gyfcat video clip hosting service says the computer-generated clips are objectionable.
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