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BBC World News

Trump-Putin summit: US leader cautious ahead of Helsinki talks
The US leader will enter a meeting with his Russian counterpart in Finland with "low expectations".
Iran nuclear deal: US rejects EU plea for sanctions exemption
Washington rejects a request to give European companies relief from its strict sanctions on Iran.
Paris celebrations turn violent on the Champs Elysees
Police used water to disperse crowds when violence erupted after France's win over Croatia.
South Africa's Diepsloot township: 'My neighbour is a rapist'
Vigilantes are burning rapists to death in the South African township of Diepsloot.
Italy allows migrants to land in Sicily
Permission was given after five other EU countries said they would accept some of those on the ship.
Thai cave rescue: Classmates' paper cranes of hope for Adul
Classmates of rescued teenager Adul folded 1,000 paper cranes as they prayed for his safe return.
China's second quarter growth meets expectations at 6.7%
The world's second-largest economy is battling rising debt and mounting trade tensions with the US.
US woman rescued a week after California cliff plunge
Angela Hernandez survived by using the hose from her jeep's radiator to siphon water from a creek.
Afghanistan conflict: Civilian deaths hit record high, says UN
Some 1,692 deaths were recorded in the country's conflict in the first six months of 2018, UN says.
Nicaragua security forces raid towns in south
Human rights organisations in Nicaragua say at least 10 people have been killed in the south-east.
Boeing 'concerns' over US-China trade row
The head of US aerospace giant Boeing warns of potential damage of growing US-China trade row.
World Cup: Didier Deschamps says France win is 'supreme coronation'
France's World Cup win was the "supreme coronation" after the "hurt" of losing at Euro 2016, says coach Didier Deschamps.
Prince Louis's christening marked by family portraits
Photographer Matt Holyoak says he aimed to capture "joy" in the Clarence House portraits.
Lift-off for Scotland: Sutherland to host first UK spaceport
The UK Space Agency backs Scotland's north coast as the place to launch satellites to orbit.
Syria war: Rebels' underground tunnel network in Douma
The abandoned complex under Douma housed the rebels during their fight against the Assad regime.
How France reacted to World Cup win
Fans in Paris danced and let off flares as their national team beat Croatia 4-2 in Moscow.
Mumbai slum gets colourful makeover
More than 50 artists came together to paint 400 houses in the tiny fishing village of Khar Danda.
Trump says Queen Elizabeth II 'is a fantastic person'
US President Donald Trump says Queen Elizabeth II 'is a fantastic person' after meeting her.
Florists from Ecuador try to break world record
Amateurs and professionals worked together to create the structure, using more than 500,000 roses.
Theresa May: Trump told me to sue the EU
Theresa May reveals what President Trump suggested she should do when dealing with the EU.

Yahoo World News

Troubled by the US Supreme Court’s upholding of Trump’s travel ban, Erdoğan’s reelection tilts toward authoritarianism, Why a stable Turkey is important, Ukraine has come a long way since Russia’s invasion, ‘Standard of living’ or ‘standard of life’?

Troubled by the US Supreme Court’s upholding of Trump’s travel ban, Erdoğan’s reelection tilts toward authoritarianism, Why a stable Turkey is important, Ukraine has come a long way since Russia’s invasion, ‘Standard of living’ or ‘standard of life’?“Ever since the Supreme Court ... allowed the third iteration of President Trump’s travel ban to go into effect last December it could be assumed that it would ultimately uphold the controversial move,” writes Michael Knigge. “With this, his authoritarian grip will be further consolidated.... The elections were held in a state of emergency, imposed in July 2016 following a coup attempt.... The outcome, which was expected, is a big setback to the secularist Republican People’s Party, the main Opposition.



By staying on the job, Poland's top judge fights the right-wing government

By staying on the job, Poland's top judge fights the right-wing governmentThe head of Poland’s Supreme Court is not known as an ideologue, or a born leader. For First President of the Supreme Court Gersdorf, it is not a choice, but a duty, and at stake is not just her own term on the court but the future of Poland. This is because upon assuming this prestigious office I swore on the Constitution, that I will defend and protect the Constitution and the law,” she says in an interview.



How strong a Europe does US want? In Trump era, that's still the issue

How strong a Europe does US want? In Trump era, that's still the issueAfter President Trump told NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg over a breakfast of eggs and fruit salad Wednesday that Germany is “captive to Russia” for buying Russian energy – even as it relies on America for its security from Russia – German Chancellor Angela Merkel offered a personal retort. “I myself experienced a part of Germany that was controlled by the Soviet Union, and I am very happy today that we are united in freedom as the Federal Republic of Germany,” Ms. Merkel said as she arrived at NATO headquarters for this week’s summit. More pointed was German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas, who told reporters, “We are not prisoners, neither of Russia nor of the United States.



BBC Sports News

Highest scoring final since 1966 caps epic Russia World Cup
The highest scoring final since 1966 was a fitting end to one of the best World Cups in recent memory.
World Cup Catch-up: France toast Croatia & party like it's 1998
Watch all the best action from match day 25 of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, as France face Croatia in the final in Moscow.
Novak Djokovic: Wimbledon champion doubted another Grand Slam win
Novak Djokovic doubted he would win another Grand Slam before ending a two-year drought by winning his fourth Wimbledon title.
Three presidents, one umbrella & a TV director's nightmare - the memorable end to the World Cup
A biblical rainstorm, contrasting presidents and men in suits obscuring the crucial moment - the World Cup presentation ceremony was almost as entertaining as the final.
Mbappe: France World Cup star 'taking crown from Messi and Ronaldo'
Kylian Mbappe, on the scoresheet as France won the World Cup, will be the world's best player, says ex-England defender Ro Ferdinand.
Wimbledon 2018: Djokovic Jnr, roaring lions & a Wimbledon final masterclass
Watch some of the quirkier moments and best action from the Wimbledon final as Novak Djokovic wins in straight sets and makes an emotional tribute to his son.
World Cup 2018: Surprise! Didier Deschamps news conference interrupted by jubilant France players
France manager Didier Deschamps has his press conference interrupted by his jubilant players following their 4-2 victory over Croatia.
Degenkolb wins crash-packed Tour de France stage nine
Germany's John Degenkolb wins the ninth stage of the Tour de France as Richie Porte crashes out of the race.
World Cup 2018: Goal of the tournament pick your favourite from BBC Sport's top 10
We have been treated to some incredible goals in the 2018 World Cup - here is a selection of some of BBC Sport's favourites.
The World Cup final that had everything - highlights in 90 seconds
An own goal, VAR, a goalkeeping howler and more - the 2018 World Cup final between France and Croatia had everything.
Kane wins World Cup Golden Boot as Modric named best player
England's Harry Kane wins the Golden Boot for being the World Cup's top goalscorer, with Luka Modric winning the player of the tournament award.
Wimbledon 2018: Novak Djokovic makes emotional speech after his fourth Wimbledon win
Four-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic speaks emotionally about his son witnessing his 2018 victory on Centre Court.
France beat Croatia in six-goal World Cup final
France win the World Cup for the second time by beating Croatia 4-2 in a tremendous final in Moscow.
Djokovic beats Anderson to win fourth Wimbledon title - highlights & report
Novak Djokovic earns his first Grand Slam victory in more than two years by beating Kevin Anderson to win the Wimbledon men's final.
World Cup 2018: Soggy celebrations: Rain fails to dampen France's trophy lift
Watch the reaction to the torrential rain which took the spotlight as France were crowned 2018 World Cup Champions in Moscow.
Murray & Azarenka lose Wimbledon mixed doubles final
Britain's Jamie Murray and partner Victoria Azarenka lose to Alexander Peya and Nicole Melichar in the Wimbledon mixed doubles final.
World Cup 2018: France 4-2 Croatia - player ratings
Who played well and who disappointed as France beat Croatia in a thrilling final to win the World Cup.
World Rowing Cup: Great Britain take men's sculls gold at Lucerne event
Great Britain's men win quadruple sculls gold at the final World Rowing Cup meet of the summer in Switzerland.
Scottish Open: Brandon Stone misses historic 59 but wins at Gullane
South African Brandon Stone misses out on a historic first ever 59 on the European Tour, but wins the Scottish Open at Gullane.
US Senior Women's Open: Laura Davies triumphs at Chicago Golf Club
England's Dame Laura Davies dominates the first edition of the US Senior Women's Open at Chicago Golf Club.

BBC Americas News

Trump-Putin summit: US leader cautious ahead of Helsinki talks
The US leader will enter a meeting with his Russian counterpart in Finland with "low expectations".
Chicago clashes after US police kill black man
Demonstrators shouted "murderers" after an officer shot a black man who police thought was armed.
How dangerous are Toronto streets for the city's cyclists?
A rash of recent cyclist and pedestrian deaths has brought fresh scrutiny to safety in the city.
US woman rescued a week after California cliff plunge
Angela Hernandez survived by using the hose from her jeep's radiator to siphon water from a creek.
Boeing 'concerns' over US-China trade row
The head of US aerospace giant Boeing warns of potential damage of growing US-China trade row.
Iran nuclear deal: US rejects EU plea for sanctions exemption
Washington rejects a request to give European companies relief from its strict sanctions on Iran.
Scarlett Johansson quits trans role after LGBT backlash
The actor will no longer play a transgender man in Rub & Tug after criticism from the LGBT community.
US lawmaker caught speeding tells cop he often does so
The Arizona state lawmaker told the cop he sometimes drives "130, 140, 120" miles per hour to get home.
Trump criticises Obama over US 2016 election hack
The US leader says his predecessor did not tackle the issue which he plans to raise with Vladimir Putin.
Donald Trump: US-UK trade deal 'absolutely possible'
The president speaks warmly about Theresa May hours after his comments attacking her Brexit plans emerged.
US lifts order against China's ZTE
The move follows a settlement reached last month after intervention by the US and Chinese leaders.
Papa John's logo to change after founder uses N-word
John Schnatter's image is to be removed from products after he used the N-word in a conference call.
Trump-Putin summit: Why is it a big deal?
The US and Russian presidents will hold their first summit and the world will be closely watching.
How two strangers set up Dropbox and made billions
Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowski had never met before they teamed up to launch cloud storage giant Dropbox.
America's secret Cold War nuclear test films released
Scientists declassify films showing atmospheric nuclear tests conducted during the Cold War.
Five places that have just broken heat records
Global heat records have fallen this month, and not just where it's summer. So what's happening?
#PlaneBae: A cautionary tale about privacy when a story goes viral
A woman caught in a fictional romance on social media without her permission says she has been harassed.
Self-made business owners on Kylie Jenner and their tips for success
The BBC spoke to female business owners about Kylie Jenner and their personal tips for success.
Testing the limits of the special relationship
The BBC's Tara McKelvey is travelling with Trump over the next several days as he visits Europe.
The UK-US trade relationship in five charts
As President Trump starts his visit to Britain, just how intertwined are the US and UK economies?
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