The care of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of unaccompanied minors fleeing the Middle East will put new demands on Britain's foster care system. But the migrant children might also be surprisingly resilient.
The leaders will discuss a slate of issues, including concerns about Russian aggression, long-term plans for managing the flow of refugees, and contributions to the campaign against the Islamic State group.
Confiscated rare and protected wildlife products, such as these stuffed Sumatran tiger skins, are burned and destroyed during a ceremony by government forestry and wildlife officials in Banda Aceh, Aceh province, Indonesia on Monday.
A man stabbed four people at a train station near Munich early on Tuesday. The man is suspected of using drugs and exhibiting behavior suggesting he might be mentally disturbed, says Bavarian interior minister.
The 'immortal regiment' parade, started in 2012, was meant to allow Russians to highlight their forebears' role in beating back the Nazis during World War II. But it has grown immensely in popularity and prominence since then.
The blue-collar-raised, first-generation Briton is set to be the first Muslim to hold London's highest office. And he may offer an example to his peers in Britain's Pakistani population, which has been largely left behind.