Theresa May will meet Angela Merkel as she seeks new reassurances about the Northern Ireland backstop.
The French president says the anger of "yellow vest" protesters is "deep and in many ways legitimate".
China thinks the US is bullying its successful technology firms, and it might be ready to retaliate.
A new study suggests that doing intellectual activities throughout life is best.
Two Catholic sisters who worked at a California school express remorse after stealing about $500,000.
Actress Sarah Hyland says two kidney transplants left her "contemplating suicide".
Early election results show Narendra Modi's BJP trailing behind the main opposition Congress.
Scientists are getting closer to understanding the damaging tsunami that struck Sulawesi in September.
Bahraini Hakeem Al-Araibi, who has refugee status in Australia, was detained in Thailand last month.
Three people have died and more than 300,000 others are without electricity.
The country's central bank chief Urjit Patel stepped down abruptly on Monday, citing "personal reasons".
A human rights investigation suggested black people were discriminated against by Toronto police.
Egypt investigates whether a viral video of a couple posing nude on its Great Pyramid is real or not.
Nasa detects the first signs of significant melting in a swathe of previously quiet ice streams.
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