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Emmanuel Macron is endorsed by a veteran centrist just as his support falters in opinion polls.
He jumped off the bridge linking the US and Mexico after he was deported for the third time.
He is to become the first rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters' Hall of Fame.
Poincheval will stay inside the 20-tonne limestone rock for a week to experience "geological time".
Astronomers have discovered seven Earth-sized planets orbiting a single star - a record number.
Donald Trump, a frequent critic of Barack Obama's time on the links, is now himself under scrutiny.
The gate of the former Nazi camp Dachau is returned to the site after it was stolen two years ago.
The gang broke into the South African reserve on Monday, taking staff hostage.
The Iraqi army's effort to retake the so-called Islamic State's stronghold of Mosul is in its fourth day and is currently focused on the city's airport.
A 14-year-old makes teddy bears for the families of killed police officers - from their uniforms.
Ahead of her Brits show, Katy fills in Nick Grimshaw on the power of performing as a thirty-something, and what it's like seeing her peers in the audience.
Plans to rehouse more than a million people in massive clearance of Soviet-era homes.
New video is released of an Antarctic ice crack that may produce a giant iceberg.
Mr Badjie is said to have personally presided over torture sessions under ex-President Yahya Jammeh.
He has said he was tortured into confessing to a plot to kill the late President, Islam Karimov.
A demonstration of a package delivery drone service goes awry when the aircraft is nearly destroyed.
The army was the last institution in officially secular Turkey with a ban on the Muslim headscarf.
A South African court says the government had no right to leave the ICC without consulting parliament.
Campaigners call for "solidarity" as they raise more than $70,000 to repair a vandalised cemetery.
Councillors unhappy about absence of sausage stalls at German Earth Day festival.