Three children in the US lost their lives when Ikea products fell on them...
Ikea has reached a "tentative settlement" with the families of three children in the US who were killed when furniture from the firm's stores fell on them.
This deal is pending legal approval - these incidents took place between 2014 and 2016.
All three of the toddlers were two years old. Ikea recalled 35 million "Malm" chests and dressers in North America and a further 1.6 million units in China after these incidents.
An Ikea spokesperson said it would be "inappropriate" to comment further on the settlement's details.
The deal is the product of a mediation process overseen by a federal magistrate judge.
The families argued that Ikea was aware that the product posed safety risks.
Ikea will also donate $150,000 to three children's hospitals in Philadelphia, Washington state and Minnesota.
It will also give $100,000 to Shane’s Foundation - a nonprofit focused on children’s safety and the prevention of similar accidents occurring in the future which was founded by one of the victim's families.