The French president says the Irish backstop cannot be renegotiated, hours before the UK PM arrives.
The US secretary of state speaks with Denmark's foreign minister amid a public row over Greenland.
The World Health Organization says its findings are based on the "limited information" available.
Since the Rohingya crisis erupted in 2012, some Muslims in Myanmar say they face more discrimination.
Migrant families crossing the southern border of the US illegally could now be detained indefinitely.
As Trump's ex-press secretary joins the cast, host Tom Bergeron said he wanted a politics-free show.
The Australian baby girl was so under-developed she looked like a three-month-old at 19 months.
A lawyer for Colin Kaepernick criticises the rapper over a new deal to promote social justice.
Larry Swearingen had maintained his innocence, saying scientific evidence should have exonerated him.
The suspect allegedly uploaded the videos to pornographic websites, getting millions of views.
It's the latest move designed to bring about civilian rule and end months of political strife.
The senior opposition leader has been arrested on charges of corruption and money laundering.
Jair Bolsonaro says NGOs may be setting fires in the Amazon to embarrass the government after they cut funding, despite offering no evidence.
The Iran-backed Popular Mobilisation says the US brought Israeli drones into Iraq to hit its bases.
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