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The head of US aerospace giant Boeing warns of potential damage of growing US-China trade row.
Fans in Paris danced and let off flares as their national team beat Croatia 4-2 in Moscow.
What France's World Cup victory tells us about the country's renewed sense of identity.
France win the World Cup for the second time by beating Croatia 4-2 in a tremendous final in Moscow.
Novak Djokovic earns his first Grand Slam victory in more than two years by beating Kevin Anderson to win the Wimbledon men's final.
A restaurant manager who defected to the South with 12 staff in 2016 says they were coerced.
The new socialist government wants to exhume the dictator's remains, saying the tomb is "divisive".
The youngsters now know that a volunteer died helping to save them, Thailand's health ministry says.
The school students were swept away by strong currents while bathing after a football match.
The US president tells CBS News he will raise alleged Russian hacking during the 2016 US election.
Demonstrators shouted "murderers" after an officer shot a black man who police thought was armed.
Some 1,692 deaths were recorded in the country's conflict in the first six months of 2018, UN says.
A Chinook helicopter pilot landed two wheels on Mount Hood in Oregon to rescue a stranded climber.
Angela Hernandez survived by drinking water from the radiator of her wrecked jeep, police say.
Haitian Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant says the country's president has accepted his resignation.
The communist state's new constitution will limit presidential terms and recognise private property.
The US president is expected to fly to Finland later, ahead of a meeting with Vladimir Putin.
Many events have marked the centenary of World War One - but Africa has seldom rated a mention until now.
What has been the impact of Uganda's decision to impose a tax on social media?
"An absurd answer to an absurd problem", says the host of a game show that offers to pay off loans.