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Jean-Claude Romand murdered his wife, children and parents in 1993 as he was about to be exposed.
Speaking before the G20 summit, the Russian leader says the political ideology has "outlived its purpose".
Residents are told to leave as experts prepare to demolish what remains of Italy's Morandi bridge.
The current record stands at 44.1C (111.4F), reached in southern France in a 2003.
It comes as Italy tries to clamp down on migrant rescue boats entering its territorial waters.
Ten hopefuls are on stage, but all eyes are on the two heavyweights battling for the party's soul.
Citizens facing deportation are taking their lives, say activists who warn of a humanitarian disaster.
Chief Mkwawa died 16 years before WW1 began but his skull was mentioned in the treaty that ended the conflict.
What is the G20, and what do they do when they meet?
A selection of the week's best photos from across the continent and beyond.
Have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?
When Jennifer Mbon's flat grew a layer of black mould she discovered her landlord was one of Marseille's top politicians.
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi backs down after a showdown over rival aid plans.
Artificial intelligence could help tackle many of the world's health problems, experts say.
The British designer's work helped turn Apple into the world's most valuable company.
It's high-tech, it's cheap, and it's been designed for amputees in the developing world.
The deserts in China are constantly spreading due to human activities.
Democratic Party candidates visited a child migrant detention facility in South Florida.
Donald Trump denies allegations he sexually assaulted columnist E. Jean Carroll in the 1990s.
After suspected attacks by Iran on a US drone and oil tankers, Mr Trump's retaliations have varied.