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Minneapolis mayor says she lost confidence in the chief after officers killed an Australian woman.
Thai monk Wirapol Sukphol denies a range of charges but the case points to a wider trend of bad karma.
Equal marriage will be celebrated at Gay Pride Berlin, but adoption is still a thorny issue.
In Norway, anyone can find out how much anyone else is paid, and it rarely causes problems, writes Lars Bevanger.
How Comic-Con has become an annual festival of costumes and comic books - and a multi-million dollar industry.
The disposable robot is made from cardboard and powered by a Raspberry Pi Zero computer.
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
Andrey Osipov has been put on trial twice for participating in a protest in March.
Meet Bosnia's pupils who are fighting against a deeply divided education system based on religious lines.
His trial, and car chase, paved the way for reality TV, and Donald Trump, writes Nick Bryant.
The victims were stabbed to death in an attack on a house in a West Bank settlement.
Sheikh Al Thani says "we are open to dialogue" in his first address since four neighbours cut ties.
The Canadian city turned out to help a US gig-goer find his car after he forgot where he left it.
The former Wall Street financier said he was sorry for calling Mr Trump a "hack politician" in 2015.
Officials reportedly entered a hotel room where members of a travelling equestrian show were staying.
The US says it will investigate the incident in Helmand, where 10 policemen were reportedly killed.
Princess Charlotte and her family ended their visit to Germany with a visit to an Airbus factory.
The president's spokesman was reportedly unhappy with the hire of a new communications director.
Madame Tussauds seems to have bowed to pressure over its latest Beyonce wax work.
It follows tension over the place known to Muslims as the Haram al-Sharif, and to Jews as the Temple Mount.