French TV was filming the president chatting with junior ministers when Nemo stole the scene.
The US secretary of state was speaking on a visit to Saudi partly aimed at curbing Iran’s influence.
But politicians named in the investigations of murdered blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia stay away.
Two hostages are held at Bermuda Park complex, in an incident police say is unconnected to terrorism.
Four others were injured when the boat hit a warning beacon, throwing the woman into the Rhone.
Businessman Jamie Harron was arrested after touching a man’s hip in a Dubai bar.
Moscow accuses the West of sending aid to the Syrian city to cover up evidence of crimes.
The World Health Organization cancels the appointment of Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe amid outcry.
A post saying “good morning” in Arabic was reportedly mistranslated to say “attack them” in Hebrew.
The foreign minister tells the BBC the government is only acting in line with the constitution.
Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis was speaking to Andrew Marr about the Catalan referendum.
Twenty-First Century Fox knew O’Reilly had settled a harassment allegation when he was rehired.
Competitors performed acrobatics from heights of up to 27m (89ft) in Chile.
Central government says the polls are unnecessary but they are permitted under the constitution.
The five living former US presidents have already raised more than $31m (£23.5m) for victims.