There have been 4,000 suspected cases of diphtheria in the overcrowded refugee camps and at least 31 deaths.
A Cologne care home suspends bingo sessions as it lacks a gambling licence.
The UN says Spain is set to replace the US as the world's second most popular tourism destination.
Patricia Dagorn is accused of seducing and poisoning four elderly men - two of whom died as a result.
Turkey president vows to "suffocate" efforts to train Kurdish fighters and create a new border force.
Fuel from the Sanchi has spread over more than 100 sq km and could badly damage marine life.
The hotel has been a luxury detention centre for dozens of princes held on suspicion of corruption.
The Detroit motor show is a major industry event, but technological advances are changing the traditional order.
Swanbots are taking to the waters of Singapore in order to test the quality of its reservoirs' drinking water.
The vehicle was left suspended above the ground, but both people in it survived the crash.
The cause of the collapse is unclear but there are reports that dozens of people have been injured.
The French actress said she was sorry if she had offended victims of what she called "hideous acts".
A woman dies and over a dozen people are injured north of Tampa, Florida.
The comedian said he believed his encounter with the woman had been "completely consensual".
The US president says he is the "least racist person", after the row over reported crude remarks.
The blaze blanketed the city with smoke, prompting many locals to post images online.
Actor Ashley Judd says she believes Weinstein sabotaged her career - allegations which he denies.
The World Bank has ordered an enquiry into the ranking it gave Chile for competitiveness.
In a rural county that voted for Trump, people are shocked to see friends and schoolmates deported.
Amer hasn't heard from his brother Mohamed since he was arrested and put in an IS jail.
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