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Up to 8 inches (20cm) of rain fell on Ellicott City in two hours, according to local media.
The US has imposed tariffs on Rwanda over an obscure import: Second-hand clothes.
A media crackdown suggests a war of nerves between the deposed PM and the military.
President Macron is to thank a Malian man who saved a child dangling from a fourth-floor Paris balcony.
A look at how the Clinton/Lewinsky affair could have played out today, compared to the Trump/Stormy case.
A former MS-13 gang leader explains his life in one of Central America's most violent gangs.
Less than 1% of Russia's 144 million people are black. What is life like for them?
Giuseppe Conte renounces his attempt to become PM after the president vetoes his economy pick.
The two sides hold talks in the latest sign that the on-off Trump-Kim summit will be held after all.
Supporters of far-right party AfD were met by at least twice as many counter-protesters, police said.
The first election since a 2016 peace deal with Farc rebels is held amid sharp political divisions.
Thousands of visitors were evacuated when a blaze engulfed part of Europa-Park.
More than 70 people are killed by security forces as part of an operation under way in the country.
At least four military personnel died in the attack in Deir al-Zour province, Moscow says.
Anti-government rallies resume after church-mediated talks to end weeks of violent unrest break down.
A disused waterfront in Toronto is being transformed by a firm owned by Google's parent company.
The North Korean leader increases speculation that the on-off summit could take place after all.
Zimbabwean Axcil Jefferies hopes to be the first African racing driver on the F1 grid for 25 years.
Madrid parties after the local team wins the Champions League cup against Liverpool.
Abigail Connolly is among a small number of women breaking into the male-dominated world of wine.