Thousands of people in the US city of Phoenix are expected to welcome the US president with protests as he arrives for a rally later.
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Employers' confidence in the UK economy has dropped into negative territory this month, despite a booming jobs market, according to research.
Up to 200 migrants armed with sticks and iron bars have clashed in five mass brawls near Calais, according to French authorities.
The British wife of Donald Trump's treasury secretary has apologised for a "highly insensitive" Instagram post that saw her lash out sarcastically at another user.
Danish police have said the headless torso of a woman found floating in waters south of Copenhagen had been deliberately mutilated.
Barcelona are suing Neymar for €8.5m (£7.8m) for alleged breach of contract and are demanding the return of a loyalty bonus as the fall out continues from his world record transfer to Pa
There are snow storms during the night at the poles on Mars, according to a new study into weather on the red planet.
One of the surviving suspects of last week's terror attacks in Spain has told a court that a bigger atrocity was planned.
Cannibal murderer Stefano Brizzi was found dead in his cell a month after being taken off suicide watch, a court has heard.
It is more than 10 days since 30-year-old journalist Kim Wall disappeared after boarding Peter Madsen's Nautilus submarine near Copenhagen.
Chalk one up to the activists.
Growing uncertainty about an 'open skies' deal between the UK and European Union countries ahead of Brexit risks triggering a catastrophic slump in British air travel, according to the country's bi
Divers searching for 10 missing sailors on a US destroyer that collided with an oil tanker have found remains.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has received a boost from official data showing public finances posted their first July surplus for 15 years.
The village of Karata clings precariously to the walls of a river valley in the Russian state of Dagestan.
The Pensions Regulator has said it will prosecute former BHS owner Dominic Chappell for failing to provide information and documents during its investigation into the collapse of the retailer.
The new version of the Android mobile operating system has been called Oreo as Google continued its tradition of naming releases after confectionery.
Lidl has overtaken Waitrose to become Britain's seventh largest supermarket in the latest sign of belt-tightening shoppers turning to discounters.
More than 30 people have been injured in a train crash at a station in suburban Philadelphia.
Four men arrested in connection with the deaths of 15 people in the twin vehicle terror attacks in Spain have appeared in court.
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