The US vice-president makes the plea as she attends the funeral of a victim of a mass shooting.
The US vice-president was attending the funeral of a woman shot dead in Buffalo, New York state.
In a lengthy call with Russia's leader, France and Germany urge "serious" talks as fighting rages.
Andrei Kelin tells the BBC tactical nuclear weapons have "nothing to do" with operations in Ukraine.
Ruben Ostlund's Triangle of Sadness takes the Palme d'Or on a good night for South Koreans too.
The Duke of Cambridge watched the run-through on horseback in front of 7,000 guests.
Liverpool's hopes of being crowned champions of Europe for a seventh time end in heartbreak.
The club says "unacceptable issues" faced by fans led to the Champions League final being delayed.
Members of the public describe hearing a loud bang and then seeing a huge plume of black smoke.
But Labour MP Angela Eagle calls the review a "pathetic" attempt to "weaponise nostalgia".
Thousands of flag-waving Israelis are due to pass through Muslim areas, amid Palestinian anger.
The authority will likely move out of its HQ as a result of its £760m debt, a councillor says.
Fusako Shigenobu, 76, was jailed for her part in a hostage siege at the French embassy in the Hague.
Visitors from 98 countries will be allowed to enter, but some restrictions still remain.
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