Up to 3,000 migrant children will have their DNA tested in order to be reunited with their parents.
Israel's Holocaust centre accuses Israeli and Polish leaders of an "offence to historical truth".
Officials have attributed 33 deaths in Quebec to a scorching heat wave rolling through the province.
Billions of stamps were sold erroneously showing the image of a replica Lady Liberty in Las Vegas.
Two passenger boats overturn in strong winds and rough seas off the coast of the island of Phuket.
Four months after a Russian former spy and his daughter were left critically ill by a nerve agent in an English town, two Britons were sickened by the same toxin.
Web giants are breathing a sigh of relief following a vote against overhauling the EU's copyright law by MEPs.
Efforts to free the boys trapped in a Thai cave have seen nearby farms saturated with water.
One day, two protests on iconic statues. So what's the back story in both cases?
The remains of at least two people are found among a pride of lions in a game reserve.
At least three suspected poachers have been mauled to death and eaten by lions after breaking into a wildlife reserve in South Africa.
The German leader says Europe risks losing its soul, but Mr Orban insists closing borders is humane.
Attacks on Jews spur the central government to deploy 170 anti-bullying experts in schools.
From the Middle East to Russia, and Ireland to the US, temperature records the world over have been toppled during a week of unprecedented heatwaves that some will take as evidence of global warming.
A ban on memes, charging for links - why was the rejected copyright law such a big deal?
The country has made strong efforts to rein in graft since it joined the European Union, but it is still considered one of the most corrupt states in the bloc.
Lawmakers rejected a bill backed by news outlets and music publishers to restrict the use of their content on platforms like YouTube and Facebook.
Why separate deals on goods and services could cause problems for British businesses.
The wild banana that might save the world's banana crop may itself go extinct, scientists have revealed.
At least seven people are missing after two tourist boats capsized in the popular resort of Phuket in Thailand, police have said.
It follows reports that he had said he would be willing to give prosecutors information on Mr Trump.
For 60 million years, bats and moths have been at war, competing against one another in nocturnal duels.
Experts say the British couple may have been sickened accidentally as a result of the March attack on Sergei and Yulia Skripal.
The 19-year-old French striker is being compared, by some fans, with the likes of Messi and Ronaldo.
The home secretary calls on Russia to explain the Novichok poisoning after two people were exposed to it in Wiltshire.
A self-styled traditional healer is shot dead after a client tests his "bullet-proof" charms on him.
The French director and writer was best known for his groundbreaking documentary of the Holocaust.
Syrian and Russian forces intensify their bombardment after the collapse of talks to reach a truce.
Police arrest one employee who allegedly sold a baby for $2,150, and hold two others for questioning.
A vegan burger that "bleeds" has been labelled an "existential threat" to New Zealand's beef industry by politicians.
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