The French president says the Irish backstop cannot be renegotiated, hours before the UK PM arrives.
Ricardo Salles is booed after figures suggest a record number of fires are burning in Brazil.
Migrant families crossing the southern border of the US illegally could now be detained indefinitely.
Since the Rohingya crisis erupted in 2012, some Muslims in Myanmar say they face more discrimination.
The staff member tipped off police after a co-worker said he planned to shoot guests and colleagues.
Around 60,000 bees were removed from a woman's house in Brisbane, Australia.
The Democratic Party leader calls for a "turning-point" government as an alternative to the right wing.
The US secretary of state speaks with Denmark's foreign minister amid a public row over Greenland.
Samantha Kureya, known by her stage name 'Gonyeti', has joked about the police and government.
The airline will track the health impacts of the 19-hour journeys from Sydney to New York and London.
A sit-in at Yuen Long train station ended with a stand-off between police and some protesters.
The Australian baby girl was so under-developed she looked like a three-month-old at 19 months.
The robot, named Fedor, will perform daily tasks during its 10 days on the International Space Station.
For 25 years Germans have joked that Bielefeld does not exist - so now the city is fighting back.
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