Dozens of villagers carried flowers and lit candles on Sunday at the site in rebel-held eastern Ukraine where flight MH17 crashed two years ago, killing all 298 people on board.
What was once a marriage of convenience has become a bitter and damaging fight between two men that threatens to damage Turkish democracy and change its face forever.
Love him or loathe him, few people have changed the world we live in more than Le Corbusier, one of the fathers of modern architecture, whose works were placed Sunday on UNESCO's prestigious World Heritage List.
They lead a life clouded by misery, often robbed of the opportunity of going to school -- and the fear of being killed is a daily reality.
Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel was a petty criminal with a penchant for boozing, bodybuilding and trying to pick up women who showed no signs of radicalization until recently, according to neighbors and family.
Britain's Brexiteering new foreign minister Boris Johnson heads back to Brussels on Sunday, his old stomping ground as an EU correspondent, where he crafted stories that whipped up euroskepticism at home.
"This river will bury the living and the dead," sighed Enver Vasilaj, 93, standing by the Vjosa, one of Europe's last wild waterways, which runs uninterrupted from its source in northwest Greece to the Adriatic Sea.
Forces loyal to Turkey's president quashed a coup attempt in a night of explosions, air battles and gunfire that left dozens dead Saturday. Authorities arrested thousands of people as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed those responsible "will pay a heavy price for their treason."
The head of Britain's new Brexit ministry on Sunday said that EU migrants arriving between now and the country's official departure from the bloc may not be guaranteed the right to remain.
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility Saturday for an attack in which a Tunisian ploughed a truck into a crowd in Nice, killing 84, prompting hard questions in France over security failures.