A Report by Anne Herzlieb and Mabrouka Khedir
The nascent democracy was shaken by the Bardo Museum attack in Tunesia, where 23 people were killed. The self-proclaimed Sunni militant group "Islamic State" (IS) group initially claimed responsibility.
Not long after the glory of winning the Copa Liberadtores, River Plate found themselves on the wrong end of a shock. The South American champions lost out on penalties, after missing one of their own in normal time.
The Francophone liberal had previously said he would head a minority government after his largest coalition partners abandoned him 10 days ago. The fight began over Michel's decision to sign a UN migration pact.
The battle against "Islamic State" fighters turned Marawi into a ghost town. But more than a year after the Philippine government regained control, Islamic extremism remains a threat. Sandra Petersmann reports.
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