Seventeen people were killed when an amphibious "duck boat" carrying tourists sank in stormy weather.
Israel's army kills four in a wave of attacks, as it suffers its first fatality in renewed clashes.
Crimson Hexagon is alleged to be giving data to government bodies, possibly breaching Facebook rules.
James Gunn will not film the franchise's third instalment after offensive old tweets resurfaced.
A Pennsylvania candidate for governor calls an 18-year-old "naive" for asking about climate change.
One story dominated a gathering of US national security bosses in Colorado - Trump and Russia.
Mr Trump reportedly discusses paying hush money to cover up an alleged affair with Karen McDougal.
New evidence detailed how Raymond Tibbetts had been burned, thrown down stairs and beaten as a child.
President Santos welcomes Farc members to Congress, saying he is happy to see them respect the constitution.
The changes supported by MPs make it easier to replace a defiant head of the Supreme Court.
Ukraine has been fighting Russian-backed separatists in the east of the country since 2014.
Interior Minister Matteo Salvini says he will "not allow anyone to say I help the mafia".
The political foes had a brief embrace on the floor of the lower house of the Indian parliament.
Police say there is no indication the attacker in the city of Lübeck was politically radicalised.
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