Memorial officials criticise Clay Higgins for his five-minute film partly shot inside a gas chamber.
A South African group of Zulu dancers arrived at the wrong school due to a mix-up of addresses.
Several opposition lawmakers are injured in an attack by pro-government supporters.
The dance group should have been performing in London, but instead turned up at a Yorkshire school.
China lends two giant panda bears to Germany as a sign of close relations between the two countries.
Temperatures of 80F (26C) didn't stop visitors from hitting the slopes in Squaw Valley over the weekend.
US president criticises China for apparent increase in trade with North Korea.
The French history student shunned the exam questions and wrote on a subject close to their heart.
Salvatore Meloni, a prominent figure fighting for Sardinian independence, dies in hospital.
Pyongyang says it's carried out its first successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Since the 1950s China has used pandas to forge political friendships across the globe.
Laetitia Avia says she was scared by the cab-driver's behaviour and tried to defend herself.
The company Nordfrost said the use of the label Nordfront by a Swedish group could cause confusion.
Followers of Indian guru Ashutosh Maharaj win a court fight to keep his corpse in a freezer.
They come as a deadline expires for Qatar to accept a list of demands or face further sanctions.
President Macron gives late politician one of France's highest honours - a place in the Pantheon.
Hard drives are stolen from South Africa's "Hawks" police unit after a mystery break-in.
Emirates and Turkish Airlines say the laptop cabin ban will no longer apply on their US flights.
Comedian Emma Knyckare is acting in response to sexual assaults at the country's biggest festival.
Pyongyang's long-range missile test prompts a joint warning from the US and South Korea.
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