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Thousands of Malaysians demand the resignation of their prime minister; What will President Trump's relationship with Havana be like?; Saudi-led coalition in Yemen declares new ceasefire.
(Photo: Members of Malaysia's reformist group Bersih in Kuala Lumpur. Credit: Getty Images).
'Controversial' Trump nominee; Aleppo under heavy bombardment; Buckingham Palace needs an upgrade.
Photograph shows Senator Jeff Sessions. (Credit: Getty Images)
Donald Trump has filled key security and defence posts for his incoming cabinet; 14 year old British girl who died of cancer has been cryogenically frozen; The fallibility and frailty of memory and our sense of who we are.
(Photo: Donald Trumps National Security advisor Michael Flynn testifies during a hearing before the House Select Intelligence Committee during his tenure as director of the Defense Intelligence Agency. Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Shinzo Abe travels is the first world leader to meet Donald Trump; Nicolas Sarkozy looking to make French presidential comeback; Sweden's hotline for "Mansplaining".
(Photo: Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe boards a plane to New York to meet Donald Trump. Credit: Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images)
Barack Obama will dine with Angela Merkel during his last visit as president to Europe; Facing up to the scale of addiction in the US; Food supplies running out in rebel-held east Aleppo in Syria.
(Photo: German Chancellor Angela Merkel chats with US President Barack Obama during the opening ceremony of the G20 Leaders Summit on September 4, 2016 in Hangzhou, China. Credit: Nicolas Asfouri / Getty Images)
Former French economy minister Emmanuel Macron enters the French presidential race; American opioid addiction; Are we living in a post-truth world?
(Photo: Emmanuel Macron and current French President Francois Hollande. Credit: Reuters)