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BBC World News

Egypt's ousted president Mohammed Morsi dies during trial
Mohammed Morsi, the Islamist leader ousted by the army in 2013, dies after collapsing in a courtroom.
Iran nuclear deal: Enriched uranium limit will be breached on 27 June
It will exceed the amount allowed under a nuclear deal, amid heightened tensions over US sanctions.
Freed student activist calls on HK leader to quit
Prominent Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong calls on the city's leader Carrie Lam to step down.
Harvard rescinds admission for Parkland student 'over racist slurs'
The conservative student says the university revoked his offer for racist remarks he made when he was 16.
Gloria Vanderbilt: US fashion icon and heiress dies aged 95
The socialite and a designer jeans pioneer had been suffering from stomach cancer.
Phoenix mayor apologises after police threaten to shoot black family
Police in Arizona say they are investigating a video and have issued a public apology.
India magician feared drowned in river after Houdini trick
Chanchal Lahiri, with his legs and hands shackled, tried to recreate Harry Houdini's famous trick.
Ecuador 'allows US military planes to use Galapagos island airfield'
Ecuador’s decision to allow US planes to use a San Cristobal airfield prompts environmental concerns.
Huawei smartphone sales hit amid US curbs
The founder of the Chinese telecoms giant says overseas sales of its mobile phones have sunk 40%.
North Carolina suspect fought off by boy with machete due in court
One of the suspects was arrested two days after fleeing a hospital with a head injury.
Belgium monks forced to sell prized beer online to beat resellers
Beer brewed at Belgium’s St Sixtus Abbey is to be sold online in a bid to dampen black market sales.
Sotheby's bought by French billionaire for $3.7bn
The French telecoms billionaire Patrick Drahi is buying the art auction house for $3.7bn.
Samsung TVs should be regularly virus-checked, the company says
The technology company tweeted its QLED-branded sets should be scanned once every few weeks.
Cat filter accidentally used in Pakistani minister’s live press conference
Much mirth ensues after a politician's press conference is accidentally live-streamed with a cat filter.
Carole Ghosn calls for President Trump to back her husband
The wife of the former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn wants pressure put on Japan over his legal battle.
Andy Murray's 'life-changing' hip surgery has left him pain-free
Ahead of his tennis return, Andy Murray reflects on his hip surgery and enjoying life pain-free.
A bridge made of grass
The annual remaking of the last remaining Inca rope bridge at Q'eswachaka in Peru.
Miriwoong: The Australian language which barely anybody speaks
Australia has about 100 indigenous languages at risk of being lost - so how do you save them?
Prescription drugs sold illegally in Uganda
The BBC has uncovered evidence that prescription drugs have been taken out of circulation by health workers and sold on illegally.
What's happening in the news this week?
Tense times in Europe's biggest city. Trump eyes up 2020. And Africa's festival of sport begins.

Yahoo World News

Guatemala election: What campaign chaos has to do with migration north

Guatemala election: What campaign chaos has to do with migration northA little boy ran out of a voting booth Sunday in the Guatemalan department of San Marcos, a rural area south of the Mexican border. Grasping his mother’s hand, he victoriously screamed, “I voted!” holding up his inked index finger.



In Trump peace conference, a perilous balancing act for Jordan

In Trump peace conference, a perilous balancing act for JordanAs the Trump administration prepares for an economic conference next week in Bahrain, the first leg of its Middle East peace plan, it is exerting immense pressure on two of America’s closest Arab allies to take part in a process seen as toxic by their own publics. Rather than advocates for the administration’s undisclosed “ultimate deal,” Jordan and Egypt are reluctant guests at the conference. For their part, Palestinians are also applying pressure to Arab states to boycott the economic workshop, which many Arabs fear will offer investment projects to Palestinians in return for recognizing Israeli sovereignty over Jerusalem and the West Bank – a “selling off” of Palestinian statehood.



Why this Republican senator has been able to forge her own path

Why this Republican senator has been able to forge her own path“As long as she’s working for the state of Alaska, people support her,” says Kathryn Bowerman, taking a break from crocheting in Bethel’s public library. The support from Bethel’s voters is a window into Senator Murkowski’s political viability – and her vulnerability. In fact, Senator Murkowski’s record in Washington as a moderate Republican who at times defies her party – and President Donald Trump – infuriates many Alaska Republicans.



BBC Sports News

Women's World Cup: Nigeria 0-1 France
Hosts France finish top of Group A after a twice-taken penalty by Wendie Renard against Nigeria in an incident-packed finish in Rennes.
Cricket World Cup: Bangladesh chase 322 to beat West Indies
Shakib Al Hasan hits a sublime unbeaten 124 as Bangladesh pull off the second highest chase in World Cup history to beat West Indies.
Women's World Cup: Norway beat South Korea to progress into last 16
Norway score twice from the spot as they secure their place in the Women's World Cup last 16 with victory over South Korea.
Frank Lampard: Derby manager becoming Chelsea boss 'likely to happen', says uncle Harry Redknapp
Frank Lampard becoming Chelsea manager "looks like it's going to happen", his uncle Harry Redknapp tells BBC Radio 5 Live.
Mark Wood's World Cup: Love Island, Gogglebox & ice machines
England pace bowler Mark Wood on which England team-mates would suit reality TV, and sitting in the garden wearing his pyjamas.
Cricket World Cup: Watch Bangladesh's brilliant batting in win over West Indies
Watch Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das' best moments as they put on 189 to help Bangladesh pull off the second highest chase in World Cup history and beat West Indies by seven wickets.
Women's World Cup 2019: Relief for Wendie Renard as she scores retaken VAR penalty to beat Nigeria
Wendie Renard scores the winner from a retaken VAR penalty in an incident-packed finish to France's 1-0 win over Nigeria in Rennes.
Women's World Cup 2019: Brilliant Lee Geum-min backheel sets up South Korea's first goal
South Korea score a wonderful first goal of the tournament as Lee Geum-min produces a lovely flick to Min-ji Yeo who bundles into the net to reduce the deficit against Norway to 2-1.
Nature Valley Classic: Johanna Konta advances but Heather Watson loses
Britain's Johanna Konta wins in straight sets but Heather Watson loses on day one of the Nature Valley Classic in Birmingham.
Women's World Cup: Germany thrash South Africa to finish top of group
Germany punish an error-strewn display from South Africa to finish top of Group B at the Women's World Cup.
Women's World Cup: Spain and China reach last 16 after 0-0 stalemate
Spain and China both reach the World Cup knockout stage after playing out a goalless draw in Le Havre.
Ferrari lodge 'right to review' Sebastian Vettel's penalty at Canadian Grand Prix
Ferrari officially lodge a "right to review" the penalty that cost Sebastian Vettel victory in the Canadian Grand Prix.
Cricket World Cup: West Indies' Sheldon Cottrell runs out Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal
Bangladesh's Tamim Iqbal is run out by a brilliant piece of fielding from West Indies pace bowler Sheldon Cottrell in the World Cup match at Taunton.
Women's World Cup 2019: Norway go through to the knockout stages eliminating South Korea
Norway reach the last 16 of the Women's World Cup and eliminate South Korea after scoring a penalty in each half in Reims.
Women's World Cup 2019: 'What a miss!' - Alexandra Popp misses a golden opportunity for Germany
Germany's Alexandra Popp misses a glorious chance to put Germany 2-0 up against South Africa, the striker did get on the scoresheet later in the half as Germany raced into a 3-0 lead at the interval.
Women's World Cup 2019: Germany thrash South Africa 4-0 to reach the knockout stages
Germany secure their place in the knockout stages with a convincing 4-0 victory over South Africa in Montpellier.
Women's World Cup 2019: Spain and China both reach last 16 after goalless draw
Watch highlights as Spain and China play out a goalless draw that ensured both sides progress to the World Cup last 16 in France.
Queen's: GB's Cameron Norrie beaten by Kevin Anderson - five best shots
Watch the five best shots as Wimbledon finalist Kevin Anderson comes from behind to beat Great Britain's Cameron Norrie in the first round at Queen's.
Cricket World Cup: Three sixes and two fan catches in one over
Bangladesh's Liton Das hits three consecutive sixes - two of which are caught by a fan - in their thrilling World Cup victory over West Indies at Taunton.
Cricket World Cup West Indies v Bangladesh: Pooran's six damages the roof
Nicholas Pooran's huge six breaks a tile on the roof of the Sir Ian Botham stand in West Indies' World Cup match against Bangladesh in Taunton.

BBC Americas News

Six surprises from Trump's TV interview
The president's thoughts on coughing, UFOs and how he is more mistreated than even Abraham Lincoln.
Harvard rescinds admission for Parkland student 'over racist slurs'
The conservative student says the university revoked his offer for racist remarks he made when he was 16.
Should you leave the room when you cough or sneeze?
President Donald Trump seems to think so - and he's not alone. What have the experts got to say?
Quebec passes religious symbols secularism bill
The new law bars civil servants in positions of "authority" from wearing religious symbols at work.
Gloria Vanderbilt: US fashion icon and heiress dies aged 95
The socialite and a designer jeans pioneer had been suffering from stomach cancer.
Phoenix mayor apologises after police threaten to shoot black family
Police in Arizona say they are investigating a video and have issued a public apology.
Boy, 11, with machete puts burglars to flight
One of the suspects was arrested two days after fleeing a hospital with a head injury.
Sadiq Khan: Donald Trump a 'poster boy' for racists
The US President dubbed Mr Khan a "disaster" following a spate of violent crimes in London.
Golan Heights: Israel unveils 'Trump Heights' settlement
Its PM said the move honoured the US president for recognising Israel's sovereignty over the Golan.
Porn trolling lawyer jailed for 14 years
A US lawyer who tricked people into paying for films he helped pirate gets a 14-year jail sentence.
Stonewall uprising: A riot that changed millions of lives
On a hot New York night 50 years ago, a police raid on a gay bar reshaped millions of American lives.
Quebec Bill 21: Is it OK for public servants to wear religious symbols?
Quebecers weigh-in on the province's new secularism law that sets a dress code for federal employees.
The day Trump ran for president (and what people predicted)
On this day in 2015, Trump said he was running for president. How did people react - and what did they get wrong?
Jan Broberg: Abuser used alien conspiracy to control me
Jan Broberg from Abducted in Plain Sight tells BBC Radio 5 Live how abuser lied to control her.
Christine Sinclair poised to become top football scorer in history
The Canada striker could become international football's top scorer - but she's never won a World Cup.
#OneFairWage: Is it wrong to pay tipped staff less than others?
Some US workers can be paid just $2.13 an hour by their bosses, but raising the rate is controversial.
Toronto Raptors: Basketball fever sweeps Canada after team's historic win
Five ways Toronto Raptors fever spread and why it could change basketball in Canada.
Paris Airshow: Difficult decisions for Boeing lie ahead
At the Paris Airshow, Boeing faces some difficult choices following the fatal 737 Max crashes.
How to pitch yourself to Iowa voters in five minutes
It takes a lot to stand out in a crowded Democratic field. So how did they do in Des Moines?
Trump and Biden exchange personal insults
Dismissed as a "dummy" and "loser", how did the former vice-president hit back at his rival?
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