French President Emmanuel Macron has organised Sunday's online talks to generate aid for Lebanon.
This Greek Orthodox church's altar survived the blast unscathed - even its oil lamp stayed lit.
The agency's chief, a Trump donor, insists it will be able to deliver postal votes on time in November.
A photograph appears to show Spain's former monarch landing in Abu Dhabi after leaving his country.
Luke Denman and Airan Berry were arrested in May while entering Venezuela by sea from Colombia.
President Lukashenko is seeking a sixth term in office as Belarus votes after a series of protests.
Six died in the building, and another five were killed after jumping from the 11th floor.
Mauritius declares a state of emergency after Japanese-owned carrier MV Wakashio starts leaking oil.
The Air India plane skidded off the runway and broke apart during bad weather in Kerala state.
More than 500 people have been intercepted crossing the English Channel in recent days.
The company said it used the Maori word "Huruhuru" to mean its beer was "as light as a feather".
Bayern Munich will meet Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals as Chelsea suffer a crushing 7-1 aggregate defeat.
People will be required to wear face masks outdoors in busy areas of the French capital from Monday.
Juventus hire Andrea Pirlo as manager to replace the sacked Maurizio Sarri only a week after appointing the former midfielder as Under-23 boss.
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