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President Trump will visit Europe this week, highlighting his own history of varied and contradictory views.
The US president and other world leaders react to the Manchester Arena bomb.
Pope Francis and President Trump hold their first meeting later today.
John Brennan says the Russians "brazenly interfered" in the US presidential election.
Officials accused a victim of provoking beatings by her husband, who attacked her eight times.
Passengers in Omsk are wondering why a bus company is using hearses to transport passengers.
Yang Shuping's US university graduation address praising democracy caused uproar in China.
India says the strikes are to stop Pakistan's army from helping militants cross the Kashmir border.
Turkey vetoes Nato's co-operation with Austria, blocking the alliance's partnership activities with 41 countries.
A gay couple have been publicly caned 83 times in the conservative Indonesian province of Aceh.
US President Donald Trump says the Manchester bombing is the work of "evil losers".
The object has not been identified but North Korea has flown drones over the border in the past.
Police say the gang used young women and could be behind a fifth of burglaries in Germany.
UN allegations that troops raped and killed Rohingya Muslims are all false, the military says.
Activists say one protester has been killed in Diraz, home of the Gulf state's leading Shia cleric.
Former Barcelona president Sandro Rosell is arrested as part of a money-laundering investigation.
Ian Hopkins from Greater Manchester Police has given an update on the investigation after Monday's terror attack at the Manchester Arena.
Powerful stories from people who were at Manchester Arena on Monday night.
Tuesday's raid east of the capital Sanaa targeted an al-Qaeda compound, the US military says.
The men were found in bed together by vigilantes in a part of Indonesia which practises Islamic law.