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Tiger Woods shares the lead at the halfway stage of the Wyndham Championship as he seeks his first title for two years.
Dozens of civilians have been killed in the latest fighting in the Gulf state of Yemen, as rebel fighters try to take control of the country.
Doctors in Ghana suspend a strike they called to press for better working conditions, while talks continue.
Activists with the Black Lives Matter have released a 10 point plan to address abuses by US police forces, responding to critics who say the group lacked direction.
A deputy leader of Islamic State, Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali is killed in a US military strike in northern Iraq, the White House says.
Armed conflict and civil disturbance in the Middle East since 2010 have had the unintended consequence of making the air cleaner.
An armed man injures three people on a train between Amsterdam and Paris before being overpowered by passengers, according to rail officials.
Tests on Islamic State mortar fragments taken from fighting with Kurdish forces in northern Iraq show traces of chemical arms, the US military says.
Guatemala's former Vice-President, Roxana Baldetti, is arrested on corruption charges three months after being forced to leave office.
England face defeat in the final Ashes Test after collapsing to 107-8, trailing Australia by 374 after two days at The Oval.
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola defends himself after comments that the German club are becoming too Spanish.
Fresh political turmoil sparked by Prime Minister Tsipras does not bode well for the hard-won third Greek bailout, Athens politics expert Dimitri Sotiropoulos writes.
Mo Farah says it would be "amazing" to become the first man to win 5,000m and 10,000m golds at consecutive world championships
At least 65 civilians die in air strikes by a Saudi-led coalition in the Yemeni city of Taiz, aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres says.
Two 13-year-old girls accused of repeatedly stabbing a classmate to please the fictional character Slender Man plead not guilty to attempted murder.
Cilla Black gets her first number one album, a day after her funeral is held in Liverpool.
Palestinian Christians appeal for international support to oppose renewed construction of part of Israel's West Bank barrier.
Three Ugandan soldiers have been charged over the killing last month of civilians at a wedding in Somalia, the African Union says.
James Reynolds reports from Macedonia's southern border where hundreds of migrants are gathered hoping to cross
Thailand trebles the award on offer for information leading to the arrest of the main suspect in a bomb attack that killed 20 people at a shrine on Monday.