The head of the German Jesuit Order has apologized for the sexual abuse of children by two former priests at schools of the order in the 1970s and 80s.
Russia has received backing from the Council of Europe's assembly to return to the body. Moscow had its voting rights suspended five years ago over the illegal annexation of the Crimean Peninsula.
Muslim women have pushed back against a ban on burkinis at a public pool, provoking a firm response from the far right. National Rally leader Marine Le Pen said the all-encompassing swimsuit has "no place in France."
The leader of Georgia's ruling party has announced sweeping electoral reforms in a bid to placate protesters after days of unrest. Their anger is being partly fueled by anti-Russia resentment. Could the clashes force a break with the country's former Soviet masters? The Day's Brent Goff speaks to respected Georgian foreign policy commentator Kornely Kakachia.
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