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Amy Winehouse arrives at court on the second day of her assault trial at The City of Westminster Magistrates Court on July 24, 2009 in London, England. (Neil Mockford, Getty Images) Amy Winehouse documentary wins raves but angers family

In "Amy," performers as diverse as Yasiin Bey and Tony Bennett sing the praises of the late Amy Winehouse, and the documentary helps reclaim the talented, troubled singer as a musician, rather than a mess.

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Toyota's top female executive arrested in Japan resigns
Toyota says Julie Hamp, who was arrested in Japan last month on suspicion of drug law violations, has resigned as managing officer. She was the most senior female executive ever at the Japanese automaker.
ATHENS, GREECE - JULY 1: A pensioner shows the part of his pension he received on July 1, 2015 in Athens, Greece. Bank branches around Greece are opened on Wednesday to allow pensioners to receive a small part of their benefits. Greece's last-minute overtures to international creditors for financial aid on Tuesday were not enough to save the country from becoming the first developed economy to default on a loan with the International Monetary Fund. (Milos Bicanski/Getty Images)
Long lines in Greece as banks reopen; new proposal weighed
Eurozone finance ministers were set to weigh Greece's latest proposal for aid Wednesday, hours after the country's international bailout expired without a deal, cutting it off from vital financing and deepening fears over whether it will be able to remain in the eurozone.
HONG KONG - JULY 01: A protester holds a flag ahead of the pro-democracy march on July 1, 2015 in Hong Kong. July 1 is traditionally a day of protest in Hong Kong and also marks the anniversary of the handover from Britain to China in 1997, under a 'one country, two systems' agreement. (Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)
Thousands expected at Hong Kong pro-democracy rally
Hong Kongers are set to take to the streets Wednesday to renew their call for full democracy for the Asian financial hub in a rally that follows a turbulent year of protests over political reform.
Demonstrators form a human chain around the Natanz uranium enrichment facility during a rally in support Iran's nuclear program November 18, 2005.  (Getty Images)
Iran nuclear talks extended
Iran and the world powers with which it is negotiating in Vienna have extended those nuclear talks by a week.
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One-third of world's people still have no proper toilets
Toilets are taken for granted in the industrialized West, but still are a luxury for a third of the world's people who have no access to them, according to a report by the World Health Organization and UNICEF released Tuesday.
A Lufthansa passenger plane arrives at Tegel Airport on September 6, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. (Sean Gallup, Getty Images)
Lawyer: Lufthansa makes Germanwings compensation offer
A lawyer for relatives of people killed in the Germanwings crash in March says parent company Lufthansa has made a compensation offer.
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First lady: More foreign travel to promote girls' education
Michelle Obama says she'll do more foreign travel to promote education for girls in developing countries.
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Student from China faces Chinese prosecution in Iowa slaying
A former University of Iowa student from China has been charged in China with killing an Iowa State student whose body was found in her car trunk in Iowa City last fall.
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2 Uber executives ordered to stand trial in France
Two Uber France managers have been ordered to stand trial on behalf of the San Francisco-based company.
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the former Yukos oil company chairman who was charged with embezzlement and tax evasion, speaks to the media at his first press conference since his release from a Russian prison two days before on December 22, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. Khodorkovsky flew to Berlin and was received by former German Foreign Minister Hans-Dietrich Genscher and has also been reunited with his family. Khodorkovsky spent 10 years in prison until his unexpected pardon by Russian President Vladimir Putin.  (Sean Gallup, Getty Images)
Khodorkovsky suspected of ordering Russian mayor's killing
Russian investigators say they are considering whether to charge former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky with ordering the 1998 killing of a Siberian mayor.

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