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China's Xi Jinping hosts summit dinner
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War-torn Syria has defied the odds and clinched a spot in the World Cup play-offs.
Vinyl revival in Russia
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Queen officially opens UK's highest bridge in Scotland
Britain's Queen Elizabeth officially opened the UK's tallest bridge over Scotland's River Forth
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The US president promised to scrap the protection scheme but has run into stiff opposition
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Sharapova knocked out of US Open
The Russian former world number one seed is out of her first major Grand Slam since receiving a doping ban
One of the best in a global sport, she still pays her own expenses
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Prince William and wife Kate expecting third child
European winegrowers turn to robots to increase competitiveness
California ravaged by wildfires
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What kind of conflict is Sweden preparing for?
Sweden is shifting its military capacity from peacekeeping to defence.
People treated for putting sun cream on eyeballs to watch eclipse
Royhingya violence: nearly 90,000 flee Myanmar
Aid agencies say nearly 90,000 Rohingya refugees have now fled to Bangladesh, since violence erupted in neighbouring Myanmar just over a week
BRICS boost from China
China will give 500 million yuan (64 million euros) for a BRICS economic and technology cooperation plan.
Merkel, Schulz call for end to EU-Turkey accession talks