Divers taking part in a "highly dangerous" operation to save 12 boys and their football coach trapped in a cave in Thailand could pull off "one of the greatest rescues in history", an expert has told Sky News.
The leaders of the once-warring nations are to hold a summit meeting in Asmara, Eritrea, to end a near 20-year military standoff.
Millions of people were told to evacuate to higher ground or shelters as flooding and landslides destroyed homes and left scores dead.
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The secretary of state warned that the United States would not ease economic sanctions until North Korea completely eliminated its nuclear program.
The two leaders meet to seal a deal ending a two decade-old border dispute that led to a bloody war.
Officials warn of "extreme danger" as rains that have caused deadly floods are expected to continue.
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Journalists and volunteers have been told to leave, leaving only divers, medics and security forces.
Daniel Cordier tells the BBC how he served as right-hand man to France's Resistance leader Jean Moulin.
Thai authorities have told the media to leave the area around the entrance of a cave where 12 boys and their football coach have been trapped for over two weeks.
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Volunteers moved by the plight of the 12 Thai boys trapped in a cave describe how they are helping rescue teams.
Influential artists reflect on their lives and how changes in society have affected their work.
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The billionaire whose companies make electric cars and rockets has mused on ways to save 12 boys and their soccer coach from the flooded depths of the cave.
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The local governor says conditions are now "perfect" to get trapped boys out but the plan is unclear.
Tyler Honeycutt reportedly died of a "self-inflicted gunshot" after a shootout in the US.
A US service member has been killed in an apparent insider attack in southern Afghanistan.
A man has been gored and four others have been injured on the first day of the running of the bulls in Pamplona.
Nato says two others were injured in an "apparent insider attack" in the south on Saturday.
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