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The US Secret Service says it is "extremely disappointed and angry" about the events of 10 March.
Find out who's in and who's out following a public vote.
The would-be thieves tried to cover their tracks with smoke bombs in St Mark's Square, it's claimed.
The president says he is "getting bad dudes" out. But who is actually being evicted?
The bodies of two US tourists are recovered after an avalanche in an Alberta national park.
Germanys chancellor and the US President did shake hands - eventually - at their White House talks.
The move follows complaints from President Trump of "unprecedented judicial overreach".
The informal settlement was home to nearly 4,700 people, activists say.
"At least we have something in common," the US president tells the visiting German chancellor.
The Secret Service computer reportedly also has details on an inquiry into Hillary Clinton's emails.
One person died and three were injured in the mid-air plane crash in Montreal, officials say.
The nations who would be most affected by the US president's "America First" proposals.
US President Donald Trump has met German Chancellor Angela Merkel for the first time.
The US investigates reports that it killed dozens of civilians but denies it hit a mosque.
Tributes to the poet and writer are being made from all over the world.
It is hoped the software will detect Arabic-speakers falsely claiming to be Syrian asylum seekers.
Trade and Nato are high on the agenda as the much-anticipated Washington talks begin.
Rima Khalaf says she was pressured to withdraw her agency's report accusing Israel of apartheid.
Russia's justice ministry wants the Christian missionary group declared an "extremist group".
Muddy, fast-rushing water strands people in Lima after heavy rains led to widespread flooding.