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Verdun remembered by the leaders of France and Germany; the Prop Master of Mad Men; Top Gear returns
Photo: French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel stand at a memorial after laying a wreath during commemorations to mark the 100th anniversary of the World War I Battle of Verdun on May 29, 2016 in France. Credit: Sean Gallup/Getty Images
Heavy fighting in Syria; Rio Mayor dismisses Olympics fears; Roald Dahl's dictionary.
(Photo: Syrians walk through the rubble following an alleged bombing by so-called IS in Marea. Credit: Getty)
The operation eliminated opponents and leftists across the continent. Also: The Taliban rallies behind new leader; The Roald Dahl dictionary; Should the Olympics be called off because of Zika?
(Picture:South American states colluded to crack down on left-wing opponents Credit: AFP)
Relatives of North Korea's leader have been living in the US since 1998; Landmark Operation Condor trial in Argentina; Dr Heimlich performs his manoeuvre for the first time aged 96
(Photo: Kim Jong-un. Credit: Reuters)
President Obama visits Japanese city of Hiroshima 70 years after atomic bomb; Bacteria appears in US which is resistant to all known anti-biotics; how people in Niger live with the threat of Boko Haram
Photo: Wrecked dome of Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall following the atomic bomb attack in 1945. Credit: British Pathe.
French protests over working conditions; whistleblower protection; double mastectomy walk.
Photograph shows trade unionists block the entrance of a power plant with burning objects to protest against the French labour reform law. (Credit: European Photopress Agency)