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Russia inquiry: Trump denies he plans to fire Robert Mueller

Russia inquiry: Trump denies he plans to fire Robert Mueller

The US president says he won't sack the man probing possible Russian interference in US elections.
Capturing East Harlem

Capturing East Harlem

Photographer Joseph Rodriguez's images of the characters of East Harlem in the 1980s.
IMAX boss' warning

IMAX boss' warning

IMAX's Richard Gelfond says firms shouldn't try and change the world with new technology, but make it fit the market.
Inspired by comics

Inspired by comics

Ilse Valfre’s quirky fashion designs have attracted famous fans, but she’s had to overcome many challenges.
France's new export

France's new export

Emmanuel Macron has wasted no time in raising his profile as a major international leader.
Water wars

Water wars

China is accused of withholding crucial river data that is essential to prepare for floods.
Chile election: Conservative Piñera elected president

Chile election: Conservative Piñera elected president

Sebastián Piñera returns to serve as Chilean president for a second term, after a clear second-round win.
Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson airport power cut strands thousands

Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson airport power cut strands thousands

A handful of flights depart from the world's busiest airport after an overnight shutdown.
Recapturing the swagger

Recapturing the swagger

How one of Australia's best Aboriginal boxers overcame a time when his life unravelled.
Iran TV broadcasts jailed doctor 'confessing to spying'

Iran TV broadcasts jailed doctor 'confessing to spying'

Sweden-based doctor Ahmadreza Djalali is shown confessing to spying - a charge he has denied.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi takes $450m on opening weekend

Star Wars: The Last Jedi takes $450m on opening weekend

It is the second biggest grossing opening weekend in North America.
Ryanair to meet Irish pilots' union in bid to halt strike

Ryanair to meet Irish pilots' union in bid to halt strike

The Irish pilots' union says it will meet Ryanair this week but is not yet ready to call off a strike.
Trump Putin call: CIA helped stop Russia terror attack

Trump Putin call: CIA helped stop Russia terror attack

Vladimir Putin phoned Donald Trump to thank him for the information provided.
Lebanon murder probe as British woman found dead

Lebanon murder probe as British woman found dead

Rebecca Dykes, who worked at the UK embassy in Beirut, had been strangled, police sources say.
François Gabart gets a hero's welcome after breaking sailing record

François Gabart gets a hero's welcome after breaking sailing record

François Gabart is welcomed home after breaking the record for fastest solo lap around the world.
Storm Kai-tak: Philippines landslides kill 26, more missing

Storm Kai-tak: Philippines landslides kill 26, more missing

At least 23 people are missing on the island of Biliran where rocks "as big as cars" were dislodged.
Christmas across US Mexico border

Christmas across US Mexico border

A Christmas service was held over the US-Mexico border, commemorating Posada Without Borders.
Police investigate four baby deaths at South Korea hospital

Police investigate four baby deaths at South Korea hospital

Family members say they had concerns about the health of the infants before they died.
Switzerland funicular: World's steepest railway opens

Switzerland funicular: World's steepest railway opens

The specially designed barrel-shaped carriages rotate as it ascends precipitous mountain slopes.
Funicular railway: Switzerland launches world's steepest service

Funicular railway: Switzerland launches world's steepest service

Special barrel-shaped carriages allow the floors to tilt as it climbs.