Wolf-Dietrich Lauenstein has had his amphibious vehicle for some forty years. The streamlined convertible can go on land and water both. On the way to a vintage and classic car meet in Mecklenburg, he decides to test its capabilities.
After Italy and Norway sent helicopters and planes, other neighbors have pledged help to douse dozens of forest fires across Sweden. Authorities have said some of the blazes are "impossible to extinguish."
Curfews have been imposed, troops put on the streets and the internet reportedly shut down. Burgeoning protests in Iraq against corruption and poor services represent a major challenge and risk boiling over.
Since a major offensive by the Assad regime in southwestern Syria, thousands more Syrians are attempting to escape the disaster zones – but neighboring Jordan and Israeli-occupied Golan Heights have shut their borders.
The uproar over US President Donald Trump's perceived gaffes during his meeting with his Russian counterpart appears to be water off Republican voters' backs. Clare Richardson finds out why in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
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