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Policeman killed ahead of the first round of the presidential elections this weekend
Days before the presidential election, a policeman has been shot in central Paris.
Court finds insufficient evidence to remove prime minister Nawaz Sharif from office.
President Trump said he was sending an aircraft to Korea, but it was heading elsewhere
President Trump said the Vinson was heading for Korea - in fact it was going elsewhere.
British PM Theresa May on why she's gone back on a promise not to call an early election
UK Prime Minister Theresa May announces plans to call a snap general election on 8 June.
Prime Minister Theresa May plans to call for an election on 8 June
President Erdogan ignores criticism that referendum campaign was 'unequal'
Concerns raised over referendum approving greater powers for the country's president
Turkey's President Erdogan hails win in vote amid dispute over ballots
Turkey's President Erdogan claims 'clear' victory in vote on new powers
US Vice-President Mike Pence is in Seoul after the North failed to launch a missile.
At least 45 Syrian evacuees have been killed in a suicide car bomb attack
Pyongyang has repeated its warning to the US not to take any provocative actions.
What next for relations between US, North Korea and China?
US fires a missile known as the "mother of all bombs" on IS in Afghanistan
The Kremlin says an ECHR finding that it failed to protect hostages is "unacceptable"
European court says Russia 'failed' hostages in 2004 school siege in which hundreds died
US Secretary of State meets with Russia's President Putin and his foreign secretary
Police investigate possible Islamist link to the bombing of Borussia Dortmund's team bus
Rex Tillerson has arrived in Moscow for high level talks on Syria