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Unrest at the progressive Netroots Nation conference in Arizona could indicate trouble ahead for the Democratic front-runner.
Turkey's prime minister plans to increase security along the Syrian border after an apparent suicide attack killed 30 in Suruc.
Afghan forces are struggling to cope in Helmand as poppy growing is increasing and the Taliban is gaining ground.
A clerk tells a court in Kentucky that her refusal to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples is due to her religious beliefs.
EU ministers fall short of a target to agree the redistribution of 40,000 migrants who have arrived in Italy and Greece.
Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza is standing for a third consecutive term in elections that are denounced by his opponents as unconstitutional.
Brazil legend Pele is released from hospital after successfully undergoing surgery to relieve pain in his back.
As the US and Cuba restore their diplomatic relationship, what can Cubans expect for their country?
The government's spending review to set out £20bn worth of departmental budget cuts over the next five years will take place on 25 November.
Chris Rogers is likely to have sustained a "delayed ear problem" when he was struck on the helmet in the second Ashes Test.
MPs back government plans for £12bn in welfare cuts amid a Labour revolt over its leadership's call for its MPs not to oppose the changes.
Australian Feliks Zemdegs has taken the Rubik´s Cube world title for the second year at the 2015 World Championship in Sao Paulo.
Former Barcelona football manager Pep Guardiola is to stand as a pro-Catalan independence candidate in Spanish elections.
Toy maker Hasbro has posted a better-than-expected profit, helped by Jurassic World-themed dinosaur toys and Play-Doh.
The only people willing to take Delhi's 'most haunted house'
Co-founder of recently-shut down music streaming website is found dead in his Florida home, local police have said.
American Zach Johnson is "honoured" and "humbled" to win his first Open Championship after victory at St Andrews.
Fifa is to set up a taskforce of 11 people to look at reforming football's scandal-hit world governing body.
Fighting deadly disease among Australia's furry friends
A Ferrari and five Rolexes are some items former Fifa vice-president Jeffrey Webb has provided to secure his release on bail.