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The Reimanns - big investors in popular consumer brands - discover dark links to the Nazi period.
One hundred politicians from France and Germany meet for their first joint parliamentary session.
Police say there was a "significant" level of violence involved. The motive remains unknown.
The United Nations says plans to classify female athletes by their testosterone levels, put forward by athletics' governing body, "contravene international human rights".
Naresh Goyal had previously refused to step down from the cash-strapped airline.
The star, who has died aged 76, first found fame in the 1960s with The Walker Brothers.
He said his daughter got in to USC 'all on her own' but was criticised over large college donation.
The US president is exonerated of collusion with Russia but not of obstructing justice.
Meet the men and women connecting - and sometimes disconnecting - residents of the city of Port Harcourt.
Rosana Garcia once played the violin in a philharmonic orchestra in Venezuela. Now she is busking on the streets of Bogota.
It is the furthest a Palestinian rocket has reached in Israel since a 2014 conflict in Gaza.
The US singer, one of the most enigmatic figures in rock history, was hugely influential.
Austria rarely allows dual citizenship, and for some Britons this is a problem.
Investors dumped Asian stocks in favour of safer bonds as concerns about the global economy spread.
Jacinda Ardern orders the highest level of public inquiry to examine if more could have been done.
Cyclone Veronica has brought destructive winds and torrential rains, prompting safety warnings.
Wang Li Hong Sooma wants secondary schools students in Uganda to be able to speak China's dominant language.
Our round-up of the world's most interesting news events of the next seven days.
A new series follows the woman who led the investigation into a brutal attack that shocked the world.
The Uffizi Gallery has replaced it with a copy, and the exact location of the original is a mystery.