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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.
South African disability rights campaigner Eddie Ndopu says he is "a living manifestation of possibility".
Buildings are evacuated in a residential area of the French city as fire erupts at a car dealership.
The fourth man to walk on the Moon became an accomplished painter, drawing inspiration from space.
Supporters of the Yes campaign react to the overwhelming vote to overturn the abortion ban.
The Republic of Ireland has voted overwhelmingly to overturn the abortion ban by 66.4% to 33.6%.
A bottle of Vin Jaune dating back to 1774 sells for €103,700 at auction in eastern France.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar praises the "historic" vote to end the country's abortion ban.
The vote for liberalisation marks a significant break away from the influence of the Catholic Church.
The Republic of Ireland votes to overturn its abortion ban with 66.4 % backing reform of the constitution.
The disgraced film mogul is charged with rape and sexual abuse after handing himself in to police.
People smugglers opened fire on 100 migrants trying to flee their clutches, an aid agency reports.
South Korea's movie-style video shows its president meet Kim Jong-un for only the second time.
Two 18-year-olds are charged over a hack that targeted the Latin hit and other pop songs on YouTube.
Joshua Holt and his Venezuelan partner, held for two years, are expected in Washington on Saturday.