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James Earl Ray fled to Europe after the murder of Martin Luther King Jr. People who met him in London have been telling their stories.
A Swedish court rules that the confectionery company Mars can no longer advertise its M&M sweets with the lower case lettering - m&m.
Stormy weather continues to batter parts of Europe as floodwaters recede in France and Germany.
Pressure is building on Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders to drop out of the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
With two days to go before the start of the Euro 2016 tournament, Paris and other French cities are hit by a bin strike.
Researchers discover fossils that suggest the famous Hobbit species shrank on the Indonesian island of Flores within the space of 300,000 years.
A former CIA agent says she expects to be extradited from Portugal to Italy imminently for her alleged role in a 2003 terror suspect kidnapping.
Narendra Modi has given a speech to lawmakers on Capitol Hill in Washington.
Police in Pakistan arrest a woman suspected of burning her daughter to death for marrying without family consent.
A UN whistleblower who alleged child sex abuse by French troops in the Central African Republic resigns, citing the "impunity" of those responsible.
What do vacuum cleaners tell us about our relationship with the European Union?
An Eritrean man thought to be at the heart of the operation to smuggle migrants from Africa to Europe is extradited from Sudan to Italy, prosecutors say.
Why would anyone willingly return to Eritrea?
Who is people-smuggling 'kingpin' Mered Medhanie?
The Archbishop of Lyon, Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, is questioned by police over claims he failed to act on paedophile allegations.