The US special counsel has issued a subpoena to Deutsche Bank as part of his inquiry, reports say.
Up to 50 people have been injured in a train crash near Düsseldorf, police report.
"I just want to give these freaking people a taste of their own medicine," he allegedly told police.
A governor appoints his sister to the new post, which is met with derision on social media.
Saint Lucia, Barbados and South Korea are among 17 territories labelled as tax havens by Brussels.
Jonah Fisher watched as Mr Saakashvili's car was surrounded by his supporters and Ukrainian police.
Mr Trump didn't make the top 10 most-shared tweets of 2017, but he was the most talked about leader.
Turkey's leader says it could sever ties with Israel if the US recognises Jerusalem as its capital.
John Oliver and Dustin Hoffman have a heated discussion about allegations made against the actor.
The Critterati in Gurgaon claims to be South Asia's first luxury hotel for canines.
At first the demolition of the Pontiac Silverdome didn't go as planned.
The BBC's Nawal al-Maghafi recalls interviewing the central figure in Yemen's modern history.
Recent incidents of sports falling foul of politics in Iran
He was forced to abdicate in 1947 after the communists took over Romania following World War Two.
Saad Hariri's decision comes weeks after he announced he was quitting in a shock move.
Age tests suggest that of 7,858 asylum seekers whose age was in doubt, three-quarters were over 18.
The money is being paid into a blocked account, while Ireland is appealing against the decision.
Yemen's ex-President ruled for 33 years, but his influence extended well beyond that, as Mai Noman explains.
The Supreme Court says Carles Puigdemont and others have shown a willingness to return to Spain.
The UN rights chief demands access following violence that has uprooted 600,000 in Myanmar.
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