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North and South Korean leaders embrace at surprise summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has met South Korean President Moon Jae-in for the second time in a month - with the pair sharing an embrace.
'A quiet revolution': Ban on abortions in Ireland set to end
The result in Ireland's historic referendum on relaxing abortion laws appears to have been a "resounding" yes, the country's prime minister says.
Changed beyond recognition: Ireland witnesses a second uprising after abortion vote
"All changed, changed utterly," wrote the Irish poet William Butler Yates. He was referring to the aftermath of the Easter Rising over British rule in 1916.
Michel Platini wants to return to football after 'nightmare' investigation
Michel Platini has vowed to return to football after Swiss prosecutors said no evidence has been found "so far" in their investigation into possible financial wrongdoing.
Harvey Weinstein appears in court on rape and sex assault charges
Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein has appeared in court in New York to face a number of charges, including rape and a criminal sex act.
Liverpool manager 'gutted' after Kiev flights cancelled
At least 1,000 Liverpool fans have had their hopes of watching their team play live in the Champions League final dashed in what the city's mayor Joe Anderson has called an "utter shambles".
Putin dismisses MH17 findings and says 'of course' Russia is not to blame for tragedy
Vladimir Putin has hit back at an investigation that concluded Russia was responsible for shooting down flight MH17, telling reporters "of course" his country was not to blame.
Child's birthday party 'destroyed' by Canada bombing that injured 15 people
Fifteen people have been injured after two men walked into an Indian restaurant and set off a bomb, Canadian police say.
Raids linked to Malaysia's ex-PM uncover £21m cash and luxury Hermes bags
Police in Malaysia have seized more than 400 luxury handbags and £21.3m in cash during raids on several apartments linked to former prime minister Najib Razak.
Trump's summit cancellation with North Korea could help give peace a chance
As the dust settled on North Korea's Punggye-ri nuclear facility after the regime said it had been completely dismantled, I got chatting to one of the officials at the site. He asked me what happens next.