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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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British man unearths rare Ice Age walrus skull on dog walk
A dog walker has uncovered a rare Ice Age-era walrus skull on a beach in northern England, in a discovery that experts hope will lead to a greater understanding of the species and its life on Europe’s prehistoric coastlines.
Death toll from Greek wildfire reaches 91 as village grieves
The vast majority of victims died in the fire itself, though a number drowned in the sea while fleeing the flames.
Polls open in Zimbabwe's first post-Mugabe presidential election
Voters in the southern African country are choosing a new president, eight months after Robert Mugabe was forced from power following nearly 40 years of repressive rule.
Slobodan Milosevic war crimes lawyer shot dead
Dragoslav Ognjanovic, 57, was shot dead in front of his apartment building in Belgrade, the Interior Ministry said in a statement.
Russian protests continue over pension reform
According to a recent poll, around 90 percent of the population oppose the bill
Georgia's Guram Tushishvili shines on thrilling final day of Zagreb Judo Grand Prix
The final day of the Zagreb Grand Prix produced a sensational day of thrilling judo. Georgia's Guram Tushishvili won his second Grand Prix gold medal this year with a mesmerising display and has now set his sights on capturing his first world title in Baku in September.
New York Times publisher offers different take on Trump meeting
"I warned that this inflammatory language is contributing to a rise in threats against journalists and will lead to violence," Sulzberger said.
Educate for a better future - Tamimi
Palestinian activist calls for an end to Israeli occupation
Britain's Thomas wins maiden Tour de France
Britain's Thomas wins maiden Tour de France
Israel releases Italian street artist painting mural of Ahed Tamimi
Agostino Chirwin, better known by the pseudonym Jorit Agoch, was arrested alongside another Italian national and a Palestinian. The Italians have been given 72 hours to leave the country.
2018 Silk Way Rally: Yazeed Al Rajhi triumphs in cars class as Andrey Karginov wins trucks category
After one week of tough competition, where cars and trucks had to face numerous difficulties, the 2018 Silk Way Rally came to an end. Yazeed Al Rajhi triumphed in the cars class in his Mini Cooper, while Andrey Karginov won the trucks category for the Kamaz team.
Judge orders Trump administration help lawyers find kids' 'missing parents'
The government on Friday said 650 children remained separated because their parents had been deemed ineligible for reunification.
Trump again threatens shutdown over immigration
The president demanded cooperation from the Democrats over immigration, threatening to close the government in order to achieve his goals.
Thomas Cook cancels trips to captive killer whale attractions
The decision means customers will no longer be able to purchase tickets to SeaWorld in Florida or Loro Parque in Tenerife from the company as of next summer.
Former Trump adviser says Cohen has lost credibility with secret taping
Sam Nunberg says he would believe the president over his former attorney on knowledge of Russia meeting.
Polar bear killed after attacking Arctic cruise ship guard
The attack happened when a cruise ship landed on the northernmost island in the Svalbard archipelago, a region between mainland Norway and the North Pole.
Iran's currency hits record low amid impending US sanctions
Iran’s currency plunged to another record low on Sunday, dropping past 100,000 rials to the US dollar as Iranians brace for sanctions on their economy.
14 killed in Indonesian earthquake
Popular tourist destination hit
Iran's rial plunges to record low
The rial has lost about half of its value since April because of a weak economy, financial difficulties at local banks and heavy demand for dollars among Iranians who fear the effects of sanctions
Mugabe says he will vote for the opposition in Monday's poll
Mugabe told reporters at his mansion in Harare that Mnangagwa's government was unconstitutional
Hundreds of Syrian refugees living in Lebanon return home
Around 900 Syrian refugees who had been in Lebanon have returned to their homeland over the weekend. This is the fourth round of people to return to Syria in a one-month period
US set to allow 3D of printing guns after last-ditch legal challenge fails
Blueprints for several weapons are expected to made available online on Wednesday
Agriculture Ministers from G20 criticise protectionism
The meeting in Buenos Aires came amid rising trade tensions with China and the US placing retaliatory tariffs on American farmers after President Trump put duties on Chinese goods
Polar bear killed after attack on Arctic cruise ship guard
A polar bear has been shot dead after it attacked a cruise ship guard on Norway's Svalbard archipelago, within the Arctic Circle.
Greece: Search for 25 missing people continues
It's after 59 bodies were found, 28 are still yet to be identified and four people are still in hospital. Firemen and volunteers walk for hours, with the hope of finding traces of human presence after the wildfires devestated parts of Greece
Memorial service for Greek wildfire victims
Service attended by friends and relatives
Pub tycoon pushes Brexit alongside pints in the U.K.
Tim Martin believes his customers will see benefits from the U.K.'s looming divorce from the European Union. But some drinkers just want a quiet pint.
Israel frees Palestinian teen who became protest icon after viral video
The teen was arrested after being filmed slapping and kicking Israeli soldiers in front of her home in the occupied West Bank.
Cambodia's ruling party claims victory after disputed election
Polls have closed in Cambodia's disputed national election, which rights groups say was neither free nor fair.
Israel releases Palestinian teenager who struck soldier
Ahed Tamimi was jailed late last year after she was filmed kicking and slapping an Israeli soldier in the occupied West Bank.