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It has been a bruising few months for the German chancellor, but she is still popular with the public, says Jenny Hill.
Cecil the lion as seen by tourists in Zimbabwe
What really happened when Samuel DuBose was shot in Cincinnati?
Could a once reluctant Turkey be a South Asia power broker?
Famous writers on what NOT to say
Decoding the symbols on the new monument to the Devil
Hundreds take to the streets of Baghdad to protest as temperatures in Iraq hit over 50C.
Brazil football chiefs confirm midfielder Fred tested positive for a banned diuretic at the recent Copa America in Chile.
There has been a rise in the number of people gong missing at the hand of the security services in Egypt, according to human rights activists in the country.
Why India-Pakistan 'mango diplomacy' doesn't work
A piece of debris that experts believe could be from missing flight MH370 is flown from Reunion in the Indian Ocean to France for analysis.
Alejandro Burzaco, a former Argentine sporting executive, pleads not guilty in the corruption case involving football's world governing body Fifa.
Challenge Cup holders Leeds Rhinos beat St Helens to reach the final at Wembley for a fifth time in six years.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are expecting a baby girl.
Nato members agree measures to strengthen Iraq's security forces, which have suffered near-collapse in the face of an Islamic State offensive.
India and Bangladesh swap control of 160 pockets of land on each other's territory, ending a complex and long-running border dispute.
Tiger Woods records his lowest 36-hole total in two years to put himself in contention at the Quicken Loans National.
It was billed by some as a preview of next year's general election showdown, but Hillary Clinton was the only candidate looking for a fight - and it wasn't really about Jeb.
The European Union has removed two Iranian oil companies from its sanctions list in the first such action since Iran's nuclear deal.
Syria's al-Qaeda affiliate, al-Nusra Front, claims it has captured members of the US-trained rebel group called Division 30.