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Roller sports athlete hauls in her third gold in two days
Princes William and Harry 'glad' to walk behind their mother's coffin
34 injured, flights cancelled as typhoon batters Hong Kong
Maduro seeks Interpol arrest warrant for former attorney general
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10 sailors missing, five injured after US destroyer collision
Ten sailors are missing and five are injured after a US guided-missile destroyer collided with a merchant vessel while en route to Singapore.
Spanish police have killed five suspects in a second terrorist attack
The attack in the resort town of Cambrils came hours after a similar attack in Barcelona.
Excitement building in the US over coast-to-coast solar eclipse
Thousands, possibly millions, of people will travel to experience a total solar eclipse on Monday across the United States. Rooms in both hotels and private homes are scarce in the 100-kilometre-wide band dubbed the "zone of totality" where the moon will pass entirely in front of the sun and block it out almost completely.
A rare natural spectacle: A total eclipse of the sun
The countdown is under way. Millions of Americans anxiously await the day the sun turns dark, with the total solar eclipse on August 21 expected to be visible in 14 US states - from Oregon in the north-west to South Carolina in the south-east.
Bannon says Trump administration rivals are 'wetting themselves'
White House advisor Steve Bannon took a swing at rivals in the Trump administration, telling a liberal magazine in a rare interview that officials who do not want to take a hard line on China are "wetting themselves."
Trump revived an old 'pigs blood' myth in response to the Barcelona attack
President retells discredited story about a general shooting Muslims with pig blood-soaked bullets.
UN seeks funds as South Sudanese refugees in Uganda surpass 1 million
Uganda has now taken in more than 1 million people who have fled the conflict in South Sudan, but funds to aid the refugees are running low, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said Thursday.
Parliament to 'consider' silencing of Big Ben after complaints
The British Parliament will "consider" how long the chimes of London's iconic Big Ben should be silenced during years of restoration work after concerns were raised "by a number of MPs."
Emojis, trolls and WWIII: 5 questions put to Merkel from YouTubers
Given the chance, what would young YouTube viewers ask German Chancellor Angela Merkel?
37 killed in violence at Venezuelan jail, governor says
At least 37 people have been killed during a security raid on a Venezuelan jail.
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