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A French soldier on patrol in Paris has been stabbed in the throat by a man believed to be of North-African origin.
Dozens of activists at a gay pride march in Moscow have been arrested by Russian police.
Sixteen children and a teacher have been killed in eastern Pakistan after a gas cylinder exploded on a bus taking them to school.
Rioting in Sweden spread to towns outside Stockholm as youths took to the streets for a sixth successive night.
A group of American tourists on holiday in Iceland had to be rescued after the ice they decided to picnic on broke off and floated away.
The shattered community of Moore in Oklahoma has been sent messages of hope by neighbours who suffered even greater tornado devastation.
An elderly woman who was reunited with her dog during a TV interview after the Oklahoma tornado says that even if she has lost her possessions, she still has what’s most important to her – her beloved pet Bowser.
A Japanese politician already under fire over comments about wartime sex slaves has apologised for suggesting US soldiers in Okinawa visit brothels.
One of only six surviving Apple 1 computers still in working order has sold for a record 516,461 euros (£441,532).
The Mayor of Toronto has denied using crack cocaine after a video purported to show him smoking the drug.