The president will preside over the ceremony for 18 of those who died in the Genoa bridge collapse.
A Yazidi teenager sold into slavery by IS tells of her horror at meeting her captor in a German street.
A school trip ended in disaster when the bus was hit by a Saudi-led coalition missile.
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Like the proverbial "tiger mum", many Asians have huge expectations for the Hollywood film.
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Russian president will "drop by" for a controversial appearance on the way to Germany for talks.
PM Narendra Modi arrives in Kerala after the state's worst flooding in a century kills at least 324.
The eurozone passes an important milestone on 20 August - the formal end of the bailout of Greece.
Ex-Trump campaign head Paul Manafort is charged with bank and tax fraud in a high-profile case.
Police suspect that Shanann Watts and her two young daughters were killed by the husband.
Bank teller Boyne Johnston walked off with the equivalent of $2.2m from the safe in 1958.
Both religious and politically conservative parents are pursuing other education options amid culture clashes.
A claim by a French woman that her late son left her some of his estate by text message is rejected.
The tennis star revealed, like millions of others, she caved to pressure to look perfect online.
After more than 20 years on the political sidelines, the former cricket star is elected as PM.
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