Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel sign a book of remembrance where the 1918 Armistice was sealed.
Hundreds enter a Tehran stadium, in what could be an end to decades of exclusion from top matches.
President Filipe Nyusi opens a Chinese-built suspension bridge worth more than $750m across Maputo Bay.
The leaders unveiled a joint plaque to commemorate 100 years since the end of World War One.
Europe should pay more of its defence costs through Nato, the French and US presidents agree.
A top executive of the lingerie chain had suggested transgender models should not be in its shows.
Turkey's president says he has shared recordings of the murder of the writer with the US, UK and Saudis.
News site Rappler and its founder say the tax evasion charges are a clear form of intimidation.
Mr Macron and Mr Trump spoke warmly of the friendship between their countries and the briefing ended with Macron patting Trump's leg.
A new film Rude Boy: The story of Trojan Records traces the history of the reggae scene in the UK.
Video shows the moment deadly flash floods swamped the ancient city of Petra in Jordan.
Nearly 4,000 tourists are evacuated from the ancient city of Petra as floodwaters reach 4m (13ft).
Scientists in South Africa have come up with an innovative way to make bricks from urine.
Five victims were in cars overcome by the Camp Fire in the north of the state, officials say.
Mahinda Rajapaksa's return could imperil new freedoms and reconciliation efforts in a fractured nation.
A caravan of migrants who claim they are fleeing poverty and violence is making its way to the US border.
Juan Emilio Cheyre is the most senior figure held accountable so far for Pinochet-era abuses.
Anita Cenerini fought for years to have her son's death recognised as linked to his active duty.
The endangered African wild dog will enthral TV viewers when it features in David Attenborough's new Dynasties series.
The deadly collapse of a dilapidated apartment building has traumatised Marseille.
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