Donald Trump's lawyer makes a startling claim during a TV interview about the Russia inquiry.
The past three years saw Athens receive €61.9bn to deal with the fallout from its debt crisis.
Waters recede in some areas but officials warn of disease spreading among thousands made homeless.
About 200 North and South Koreans will spend a few hours with family they have not seen since the war.
The New York Times says Don McGahn "co-operated extensively" with the Russia inquiry.
California's Ferguson Fire has burned through nearly 97,000 acres and left two firefighters dead.
The film, with an all-Asian cast, is the first romantic comedy to take the top spot in three years.
Security is stepped up after migrants fleeing Venezuela's economic crisis were attacked.
The bodies of the last people officially missing from Tuesday's collapse are found in a crushed car.
Hardcore Lazio fans say no women should occupy the first 10 rows of the Curva Nord stand.
Two Coptic Christian monks will stand trial in Egypt after a bishop was found bludgeoned to death.
The 46-year-old is found "exhausted" after falling from a cruise ship, 60 miles off the coast of Croatia.
An Egyptian man who diverted a plane to Cyprus is sent home after a two-year extradition battle.
Twenty-six people are suspected of stealing gold and jewellery from tombs at an ancient burial site.
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