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Sweden: Minister quits over drink driving
Sweden’s youngest-ever cabinet minister, Aida Hadzialic, has resigned after being caught driving under the influence of alcohol.
'Marijuana march' calls for legalisation in Germany
Thousands of people marched through Berlin on Saturday in an annual protest to demand the legalisation of marijuana.
Star Wars R2-D2 actor Kenny Baker dies at 81
British actor Kenny Baker who played R2-D2 in the Star Wars films, has died at the age of 81.
Ten children reported dead in air strike, as parliament convenes in Yemen
At least ten children have been killed and 28 others have been injured in northern Yemen, according to Medecins Sans Frontieres, in what the country’s Houthi group said was a Saudi air strike on a…
Police name train attack suspect as 'Swiss citizen'
The suspect apparently set fire to a liquid before stabbing the passengers. Those injured are being treated for burn and stab wounds, among them a six-year-old child.
Russia's sole athletics competitor suspended from Olympics
Several people injured in Swiss train attack
In Switzerland at least six people have suffered burn and knife wounds after a man set fire to a liquid inside a train carriage near Salez and stabbed several passengers according to St Gallen…
Olympic angst in Rio favela
During the Olympics opening ceremony, Brazil paid tribute to its favelas.
Three athletes record first positive tests of Rio Olympics
RIO DE JANEIRO – A Chinese swimmer, a Bulgarian steeplechaser, and now a Polish weightlifter have been suspended or excluded from the Rio Olympics
Phelps and Bolt ready for golden goodbyes at Rio Olympics
RIO DE JANEIRO – The Unites States’ Michael Phelps will climb onto the starting blocks for the last time on Saturday, while the curtain is also set
Kenya and UN work to change a refugee camp into a settlement
Refugees in Kenya who have fled the fighting in South Sudan are being given a chance to become self sufficient under a new initiative from the government and the UNHCR.
Mexico marijuana fair pushes for drug to be made legal
'Expoweed' - a marijuana fair and conference in Mexico City aims to counter popular misconceptions about the plant and campaign to make it legal.
Fighting wildfires in Portugal and Spain
Russian aircraft start operations to extinguish wildfires in Portugal
Lucky escape from flash floods in China
China has again been battered by nationwide severe storms, turning streets into rivers. The occupants of one car in Yulin City which was swept away were lucky survive.
Thailand mourns as police hunt for bomb blast suspects
The usually bustling streets of Hua Hin are almost empty.
Vintage News Service brings a unique blast from the past
With the rise of social media platforms, such as Facebook and Twitter, all advancing how an audience consumes information, Vintage news is a blast from the past, looking backwards to find a niche to t
Liberation of northern Syrian city of Manbij is major blow to IS
The people of Manbij have been celebrating their liberation from the so-called Islamic State group. The fate of civilians taken as human shields remains unclear.
Clashes erupt in Bolivia
Miners’ protest over “neoliberal” agenda of Bolivian President Evo Morales ends in clashes with several people injured and hostages taken.
Japan-inspired "Flower Carpet"
Six hundred thousand giant begonia flowers were laid out on the historical Grand Place in the centre of Brussels.
Thousands head to Cuba as tourism takes off
If you’re looking for a holiday in the sun – mixed with a unique history and culture, then you might consider going to Cuba.
No significant increase in Eastern Ukraine clashes despite Crimea tension
Despite high tensions over Crimea, Ukraine has said there has been no significant increase in clashes with pro-Russian separatists in the east of the country.
Phelps denied 23rd gold medal by Singapore's Joseph Schooling
Singapore's Joseph Schooling has denied Michael Phelps a 23rd gold medal beating him to second place in the 100-metres butterfly.
Ledecky wins 800-metre freestyle for rare Olympic swimming treble
Katie Ledecky of the United States destroyed the field in the 800-metres freestyle to complete a rare Olympic swimming treble having already won the 200 and 400 metres freestyle.
Trump on Obama and ISIL: "I was being sarcastic but..."
So, he was being sarcastic…sort of.
ISIL forced out of strategic Syrian city of Manbij
US-backed Kurdish and Arab fighters say they have seized full control of the northern Syrian city of Manbij, liberating more than 2,000 civilian hostages who had been held as human…
Impeachment D-Day for Rousseff - once Rio Olympics are over
The fate of Dilma Rousseff, Brazil’s suspended leftist leader, is set to be determined by the country’s Senate from August 25 – just days after the Closing Ceremony for the Rio Olympic…
Fidel Castro turns 90 - the last major communist figure in the West
As Fidel Castro marks his 90th birthday hi is still revered by many in Cuba, the country he remade, but failed to turn into a communist paradise.
Cuba: Retired revolutionary leader Fidel Castro turns 90