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5 dead, 1 hurt in apparent murder-suicide in San Diego

5 dead, 1 hurt in apparent murder-suicide in San DiegoSan Diego – Five members of a family, including three young boys, have died and another boy was hospitalized with injuries in an apparent murder-suicide in San...

Lebanon's Safadi withdraws candidacy to be PM, urges Hariri for the post

Lebanon's Safadi withdraws candidacy to be PM, urges Hariri for the postFormer Lebanese finance minister Mohammad Safadi withdrew his candidacy to be the next prime minister on Saturday, saying that he saw that it would have been...

Germany book place at Euro 2020 after Belarus rout

Germany book place at Euro 2020 after Belarus routToni Kroos struck twice as Germany qualified for the European Championship with a 4-0 win over Belarus. Die Mannschaft's qualification was confirmed after...

Hong Kong: Chinese troops deployed to help clear roadblocks

Hong Kong: Chinese troops deployed to help clear roadblocksChinese troops in Hong Kong have been deployed to help clear roads blockaded by anti-government protesters in a controversial move that could escalate the...

Samoa declares state of emergency as measles spreads across Pacific

Samoa declared a state of emergency this weekend, media reported, closing all schools and cracking down on public gatherings, after several deaths linked to a...

Astros sent scouts email that suggested using cameras to steal signs in 2017 postseason, report says

More details about Houston's sign-stealing scheme have emerged

Car bomb attack kills 18 in northern Syria

At least 18 people have been killed in a bomb attack in the northern Syrian town of al-Bab, which is controlled by Turkey-backed opposition fighters.

St Mark's Square reopens in Venice, but water remains high

Tourists and residents were allowed back into St Mark's Square in Venice on Saturday, a day after it was closed due to exceptionally high tidal waters that swept...

Sun Yang CAS hearing puts heat on 'broken' anti-doping system

An anti-doping case featuring China's Olympic champion swimmer Sun Yang has also exposed major flaws in global anti-doping practices, says a leading lawyer.

Obama warns Democrats not to veer to far left with Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders

Barack Obama warns Democrats that veering too far left would alienate many voters who would otherwise be open to the party's nominee next year.

White House releases rough transcript of first Trump-Zelensky call

There is no mention of Joe Biden or corruption during the phone call, but Trump does note that he once hosted the Miss Universe contest in Ukraine.

New law will allow religious public school students in Ohio to give scientifically incorrect answers

The Student Religious Liberties Act is the latest in a long line of accommodations for religion in US public school curricula.

US-North Korea nuclear talks may stir back to life

North Korean negotiator Kim Myong Gil didn't clearly say whether the North would accept the supposed US offer.

MH17 probe reveals close ties between Russia, Ukraine rebels

The links between Russia and separatists in the region were closer than previously believed, says an international team of investigators.

Gambia accuses Myanmar of Rohingya 'genocide' at top UN court

The small African nation of the Gambia has filed a lawsuit at the International Court of Justice, formally accusing Myanmar of genocide against its Rohingya...

Fears of more social media misinformation, tampering ahead of UK vote

Facebook is opening up a war room to quickly respond to election hoaxes. Twitter is banning political ads. Google plans to crack down on bogus videos on YouTube.

Murray Cook goes from wiggling to soul moving

Much like Superman's Clark Kent popping on spectacles, ex-Wiggle Murray Cook has found little wardrobe tweaks can work wonders when avoiding attention.

In pictures: Devastation from Australia's bushfires are visible from space

As widespread bushfires continue to threaten parts of New South Wales and Queensland, photos emerging from the fire front show the devastation they've caused.

Australia: Software development: I paid for it, is it not mine? - Coleman Greig Lawyers

Where development of software is subcontracted out, you have a legal right to use the software, but you do not own it.

Iraqi base housing US troops 'attacked'

More than a dozen rockets have struck an Iraqi air base south of Mosul that is home to American troops, according to Iraqi security officials.

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