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Vigils are held after 11 people are shot dead in a synagogue, ahead of the suspect's court appearance.
As a political crisis turns deadly, fears are growing of even more instability in the coming days.
Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha's wife Aimon and their son Aiyawatt lay the wreath alongside thousands of bouquets.
Germany's Angela Merkel says she will step down as chancellor in 2021, following election setbacks.
The long-delayed London Fields makes a woeful $160,000 (£125,000) in its first weekend in US cinemas.
Germany's Angela Merkel reportedly tells her party's leaders she will not run for re-election as chairwoman.
Brazil's president-elect Jair Bolsonaro is likely to remain a divisive figure for what could be a messy time to come.
The Lion Air plane which crashed on take-off from Jakarta had only been in service for a few weeks.
Residents say travel is a "nightmare" as half the city's trains have been set alight, causing road traffic to double.
Players were pushed to act "the mongrel", says a scathing review into a ball-tampering saga.
Nigel Richards earned 68 points for "groutier" - which means cross, sulky or sullen.
An Indonesian official posts footage of what is believed to be debris from the Lion Air plane crash.
The boys, members of a youth football team, had been trapped in a cave in Thailand for two weeks.
The Lion Air passenger plane disappeared over the sea after taking off from the Indonesian capital.
The Luther star co-writes a show for the Manchester International Festival about life after Mandela.
Pakistan is hoping to collect about $17bn to build the controversial Diamer Bhasha dam.
Indu Harikumar is the brainchild of #100IndianTinderTales, which documents stories of online dating.
Your Monday briefing on some of the most important stories coming up over the next seven days.
A Chinese dissident smuggled a letter into decorations he was forced to make. Years later, a woman in the US discovered it.
Some of the winning images from the Royal Observatory Greenwich's annual competition.