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Court of Justice was asked to rule in a copyright case involving two Dutch cream cheese products.
A French lady turning 101 said meeting the French and German leaders was "fantastic".
Nine students were killed in a dormitory whose doors had been padlocked, trapping dozens inside.
The French Army tweeted that rain would not slow it down in the wake of the president's no-shows.
The objects were said to be very bright and flying at twice the speed of sound.
The firm is planning a $21bn IPO of its mobile unit that could fund a fresh wave of tech investments.
The violence is among the worst since 2014 and follows a covert Israeli mission exposed on Sunday.
The Mexican drug kingpin's trial in New York is to begin amid huge security measures.
How the writer, who has died aged 95, came to create the iconic characters of the Marvel universe.
The Camp Fire in the north of the US state has now surpassed the 1933 Griffith Park disaster.
The plan to end a ban on the trade of tiger and rhino parts had caused an outcry but are now on hold.
James Gargasoulas drove his car into pedestrians in Melbourne, killing six and injuring 27 others.
Kyrsten Sinema becomes the US southern state's first Democratic senator since 1994.
How supporters of the late Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos have been exploiting social media to spread fake news as his family stages a political comeback.
Frankie McCamley looks at the psychology, the history and the popular culture around people with body hair.
Somalia is one of the most dangerous places for journalists, with nearly 40 killed in the past decade.
The death toll in California is rising as fires burn across the northern and southern parts of the state.
Scientists hope artificial intelligence will gives us more insights into bee health and behaviour.
Hundreds of thousands of people have fled wildfires in California - here are some of their stories
The man behind many Marvel Comics superheroes explains how he came up with the iconic character.