Rafi Eitan was a Mossad spy who led the team that captured Nazi Adolf Eichmann in Argentina in 1960.
The Islamic State group remains a threat, the US president says, after its five-year "caliphate" ends.
About 1,300 people are being airlifted from the cruise ship which had engine problems in choppy seas.
MV Viking Sky sent out a distress signal amid high waves and strong winds off the coast of Norway.
US-backed forces say IS is defeated in its last stronghold, but the group remains a major threat.
Attackers dressed as traditional hunters target Fulani villagers in the Mopti region, reports say.
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Italy is the first G7 country to sign up to China's global investment programme, despite Western concerns.
Michael Rosfeld shot the unarmed 17-year-old Antwon Rose in the back as he tried to flee police.
The number of planets detected around other stars - or exoplanets - is set to hit the 4,000 mark.
Barbra Streisand says she believes the abuse claims but said it "didn't kill" the victims.
A state of emergency is declared as thousands evacuate their homes in northern and western Australia.
Firefighters pull a man from the rubble days on from the explosion but the death toll rises again.
At least 417 people have now been declared dead in Mozambique a week after Cyclone Idai hit.
A Russian is arrested on suspicion of trying to take it back home to keep as a pet.
As US-backed forces say the militants have been defeated, Paul Adams looks at whether the group could still cause damage.
Maps and charts following the rise and fall of so-called Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria.
LeBron James will not be playing in the NBA play-offs for the first time since 2005 - what has gone wrong for the Los Angeles Lakers this season?
Small groups are let in to the Al-Noor mosque where dozens of people were killed on 15 March.
Fema admits accidentally sharing 2.3 million people's addresses and bank details.
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