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Police say the father of a girl who was killed in the 2012 shooting appears to have taken his own life.
People have died and homes have been damaged after heavy rains caused severe flooding across Iran.
Mr Trump says the Mueller inquiry, which cleared him of collusion, was based on "a false narrative".
Michael Avenatti is charged with trying to extort more than $20m from sports apparel giant Nike.
The US leader signs a presidential declaration with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at his side.
Thucydides lived more than 2,400 years ago. So what's he got to say about US-China relations?
Riot police battle protesters angry at not being allowed to set up stall in the centre of Le Mans.
Israel blamed the militant group Hamas after seven people were injured in a rocket attack.
The former member of a far-left group is being held in Italy after living for decades on the run.
The women, aged 18 and 20, say they spent six months hiding in Hong Kong after fleeing their family.
The fight broke out mid-race while other riders in the Costa Rican national championship rode past
Alexis Tsipras said Turkish fighter jets entered Greek airspace on independence day
Riders Marion Calvo and Jorge Martinez have been banned from racing for two years after fighting on the track at Costa Rica's National Motorbike Championship.
Dogon-Fulani tensions have existed for a while but what is behind the increase in communal killings?
Three Burundian schoolgirls were arrested for defacing a photo of President Pierre Nkurunziza.
Russia's chief investigator used a magnifying glass to view his laptop to much online amusement.
Seven people, including three children, are injured as a rocket lands north of the city of Tel Aviv.
The Reimanns - big investors in popular consumer brands - discover dark links to the Nazi period.
One hundred politicians from France and Germany meet for their first joint parliamentary session.
Police say there was a "significant" level of violence involved. The motive remains unknown.