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Riot police use batons to repel protesters on the 22nd anniversary of the city's handover to China.
Donald Trump became the first sitting US president to set foot in North Korea in Sunday's historic trip.
Streets were carpeted in ice which trapped vehicles and damaged homes in the city of five million.
This week, Bonnie Tyler makes an appearance, alongside some reconstituted meat products.
As Greece goes to the polls on 7 July, many young Greeks are turning from the left-wing Syriza.
Tunisia is seen as one of the few success stories of the Arab Spring so have so many of its people lost hope?
Opposition leader Juan Guaidó claims captain Rafael Acosta was "savagely and brutally tortured".
Nidhal Gharibi took his life at the age of 32. His friends say his depression was exacerbated by Tunisia's political and economic situation.
Footballer Sarjo was smuggled through six countries to Italy, but since arriving has been subject to racial abuse.
A bad experience at a shop inspired one man to set up a business that measures customer satisfaction.
Hundreds of thousands of people have been watching or taking part in WorldPride in New York.
The event could be one of the biggest celebrations of LGBT pride in history.
Stephanie Grisham struggles with Kim Jong-Un's staff to let US media into South Korea meeting.
She says she ignored orders not to dock in Italy fearing people on board could take their own lives.
The 93-year-old naturalist tells crowds the use of a million plastic bottles has been avoided .
Their heartrending story shifted perceptions on medical cannabis - but, they argue, not far enough.
The key posts need to be decided, with centre-left Frans Timmermans tipped to head the Commission.
Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar ordered his troops to target Turkish ships and businesses in Tripoli.
The pro-Beijing protesters waved Chinese flags to oppose the city's huge anti-extradition rallies.
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