Defending champion Roger Federer reaches the Wimbledon quarter-finals without dropping a set by outclassing Adrian Mannarino.
An England fan with limited mobility tests out Russia's provision for fans with disabilities.
Expert divers have so far rescued eight boys from a flooded cave in Thailand, leaving another four youngsters and their football coach to be brought to safety.
Laura Codruta Kovesi won praise as the leader of the country’s anticorruption agency, but she also made enemies in the government.
Model and mother, Chrissy Teigen, snaps back at critics on her 'breastfeeding twins' Instagram post
Up to 70 million fake accounts are shut as Twitter seeks to limit abuse of its service, according to reports.
Rescue efforts continue in Japan after days of heavy rain and landslides in western districts.
European countries, considering how to handle a disruptive American president at the military alliance’s summit meeting, are caught between dependency and outrage.
India's top court has upheld the death penalty for three men over the notorious 2012 gang rape and murder of a young woman in India.
Anger at a fuel price hike has turned into violent demands that President Jovenel Moise step down.
Starbucks is to ban plastic straws from all of of its stores by 2020, amounting to the elimination of more than one billion plastic straws each year.
The actress is dubbed "a true Wonder Woman" after visiting a children's hospital in costume.
More than 100 people have died and dozens are missing after heavy rains set off floods in the south and west of the country.
Up to 4.6m bottles have been sold with misleading labels in French cafes, hotels and restaurants.
Ethiopian and Eritrean heads of state agree to end a conflict that began in 1998.
Judges block state funds for the far-right National Rally as the EU accuses it of fraud.
The firm says tests at Japanese factories had "deviated from the prescribed testing environment".
Three of the four convicts had challenged the Supreme court's ruling to uphold their death penalty.
Duduzane Zuma is alleged to have pushed the interests of the controversial Gupta family.
Sambonn Lek sought refuge in America from a devastated Cambodia, then built a network to aid his homeland from behind the bar in a Washington hotel.
The mood is tense as Thai people wait for any further news of the high-risk operation.
The latest developments about the 12 boys and their soccer coach, who have been trapped for more than two weeks in a vast, flooded cave.
Japanese automaker Nissan says it found emissions and fuel economy data had been falsified at almost all of its factories in Japan.
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Lewis Pugh has done more than anyone else to put extreme long-distance swimming on the map.
For the first time in more than 50 years the marsupial is born in the wild on mainland Australia.
A judge’s ruling against the two journalists dashed hopes that they would be released in a case that has alarmed human rights and free press advocates.
The decision adds a new element of uncertainty to Prime Minister Theresa May’s efforts to lead Britain out of the European Union.
A judge rules that two Reuters journalists who investigated killings in Myanmar will face trial.
The Australian venue was fined after its staff carried the intoxicated and unconscious customers outside.
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