The vice-president says the US remains committed to the EU, despite recent criticism by Donald Trump.
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Kim Jong-nam's killing in Kuala Lumpur last week sparked a row between Malaysia and North Korea.
A famine is declared in parts of South Sudan following civil war and economic collapse.
Sweden questioned his reference to a security incident there which did not happen.
Billionaire owner Andrey Melnichenko is alleged to owe 15.3m euros to the shipbuilder.
A landmark race involving two driverless cars sees one of them crash and the other avoid running over an animal.
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Reports that "Russian state bodies" took part in a foiled coup are absurd, Moscow says.
The government warns the House of Lords not to "frustrate" Brexit, as debate of its bill begins.
Donald Trump is right that "America is for the Americans", says Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe.
A Tanzanian politician takes to Twitter to defend his threat to publish the names of suspected homosexuals.
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