The 41st president's service dog attended along with past and present CIA directors.
Photographer Mads Nordsveen describes the sighting as a "fairytale moment".
Police blame armed separatists for a deadly attack in the restive Papua province.
Rome investigates five security officials over the death of a Cambridge University student in 2016.
A link in one of the lawyer's tweets directs users to a message that attacks the president.
The prime minister announces a six-month postponement of the measures after weeks of violent protest.
Dozens of migrants climb over the border fence and are quickly detained by border patrol guards.
A helicopter app for the wealthy has picked India's financial capital Mumbai as its first city outside the United States.
Her moment in the spotlight may have been overshadowed by host Martin Solveig, but Ada Hegerberg, the first ever winner of the Women's Ballon d'Or, nonetheless ensured her message was heard by the world.
The British government has the power to unilaterally halt the Brexit process, a top European legal adviser has said, delivering a significant boost to campaigners who want the UK to remain in the EU.
Hundreds of Taiwanese taxpayers' dollars have been spent on an investigation into the theft of a yoghurt drink.
The 80-year-old jeweller is believed to be the new head of Cosa Nostra, the Sicilian Mafia.
Russian athletes will remain banned from international competitions after the IAAF upholds the country's suspension into 2019.
Israel says the tunnels have been dug from Lebanon in order to take Israeli civilians hostage.
Ships have begun heading through the Kerch Strait towards two ports, says a Ukrainian minister.
A woman used false identities to get into the presidential villa to allegedly run business scams.
Luka Modric has won the 2018 Ballon d'Or, becoming the first player other than Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo to receive the award since 2007.
Dane Best, 9, gave an impassioned speech to town officials on Monday, who then approved the change.
French DJ Martin Solveig apologises to Women's Ballon d'Or winner Ada Hegerberg for asking if she knows how to "twerk".
The non-binding opinion was delivered by an advocate general of the European Court of Justice.