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Prosecutors say he was a middleman between the president and a businessman who paid millions to politicians.
They aren't unusual in China... but this one still looks pretty complicated.
The Indian and French leaders pledge to fight climate change together and "protect Mother Earth".
The victim's wedding ring was stolen after he was killed while protecting two women, police say.
Only three countries have not signed up to the Paris agreement - but for very different reasons.
Explosions in Kabul at the funeral of a man killed in Friday's protests cause multiple casualties.
Helen Zille, ex-leader of South Africa's opposition DA party, had said colonialism was not all bad.
Ariana Grande surprises injured fans with a visit to the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital.
The organisers of Rock am Ring say intensive searches showed no evidence of "terrorist threat".
Young people are being offered cash prizes for the best videos tackling "gender confusion".
We ask the alleged intermediaries between Russia and the US what's been going on.
Jack O'Neill popularised the use of neoprene wetsuits and founded a global surfware brand.
US Defence Secretary James Mattis says China's militarisation of man-made islands is not acceptable.
The ex-New York mayor says this could be done through deals with US cities, states and businesses.