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Migrant children: Latin America unites in outrage

The fury in Latin America over the US policy on migrant children shows little sign of abating. READ MORE

What does it take to relocate a 195kg tiger in India?

Numerous forest officers, wildlife veterinarians - and at least five elephants. READ MORE

Lewis Hamilton fastest in French GP practice as Marcus Ericsson crashes

Lewis Hamilton is fastest in French GP practice as Marcus Ericsson suffers a big crash & engine fire. READ MORE

Melania jacket: Five things 'I don't care' could mean

People are trying trying to decode the First Lady's message with her unusual anorak. READ MORE

Nature Valley International: Britons Heather Watson, Harriet Dart and Katie Swan awarded Eastbourne wildcards

British trio Heather Watson, Harriet Dart and Katie Swan are awarded Eastbourne wildcards. READ MORE

Venezuela crisis: UN says security forces killed hundreds

The United Nations says the rule of law is "virtually absent" in the crisis-wracked country. READ MORE

Japan: Cannabis plants found growing near MPs' offices

The country has a no tolerance policy on drugs - it's not clear how the plants got there. READ MORE

F1 driver fueled by loss of close friend

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Video: Shenzhen, from small fishing port to China’s Silicon Valley

As French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe begins a four-day visit to China in the south-eastern city of Shenzhen, our team reports from this former fishing village that’s been transformed into a giant metropolis in the space of a few decades. Shenzhen is now one of China’s richest cities. Foreign capital flows in constantly and every… READ MORE

Arizona Uber crash driver was 'watching TV'

The police report suggests the safety operator was streaming The Voice just before a fatal collision. READ MORE

Kate Spade's father dies before her funeral

Kate Spade's father, "heartbroken" over her death, dies a day before the designer is laid to rest. READ MORE

Dorothea Lange: Piercing portraits from US history

An exhibition marks the first UK survey of one of the most influential photographers of the 20th Century. READ MORE