Champs Elysees attacker possessed huge arsenal of weapons: official The attacker had also wanted to go to Syria and had pledged allegiance to Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.Qatar Airways interested in buying 10% stake in American Airlines American Airlines said foreign ownership laws limited the total percentage of foreign voting interest in a U.S. company to 24.9%.Removing Syria's Assad no longer priority for France: Macron "Because no one has introduced me to his legitimate successor," said the French president, who took office last month.U.S. will take weapons from YPG after Islamic State defeat: Turkey In a letter to the defense minister, Mattis said Arab fighters would form 80 percent of the forces which will recapture Raqqa.EU chief Tusk says Brexit could be reversed Speaking in Brussels where May was due to brief leaders on her Brexit plans, Tusk suggested the process could still be reversed.U.S. prisoners who saved guard's life to have sentences cut The work crew had been cutting grass at a public cemetery when the corrections officer who was guarding them collapsed in the heat.Forgetting actually makes you smarter, study suggests The study’s researchers believe the brain is not designed to keep memories intact, but its actual purpose is to only hold onto valuable information.'Multiple casualties' reported as car bomb hits bank in Afghanistan At least 50 wounded people were rushed to hospital, a government spokesman said, with another official warning of multiple fatalities.Britain's May will still be PM at year end: finance minister Asked if he believed May would remain premier into 2018, despite presiding over a minority government, Hammond replied: "Yes I do."North Korea calls Trump a 'psychopath' "South Korea must realise that following psychopath Trump...will only lead to disaster," an editorial carried by an official paper said.