Redemption for Ricciardo as he claims maiden Monaco GP victory
Australia's Daniel Ricciardo nursed his ailing Red Bull to a remarkable victory in the Monaco Grand Prix Sunday and redemption for his 2016 heartbreak in the famous race.
More than a dozen killed by rare virus outbreak
At least 13 people have died in India after an outbreak of a rare disease that health officials warn could cause a global epidemic.
Wife of top Mexican drug lord 'El Mencho' arrested
The wife of one of Mexico's most wanted drug lords has been arrested, the country's authorities have said.
Italy’s Populist Parties, on Precipice of Power, Fail to Form Government
The failure, resulting from an impasse over the future government’s economics minister, thrusts Italy back into uncertainty — and potential new elections.
Trump-Kim summit on track, says Moon, as US officials in talks at border
South Korean president: North committed to denuclearisation Trump backs off cancellation as officials visit Panmunjom Kim Jong-un is committed to meeting Donald Trump and complete denuclearisation, South Korean president Moon Jae-in said a day after a surprise meeting with the North Korean leader. Related: The North Korea farce makes it clear again: Trump is dangerous | Simon Tisdall Continue reading...
France's Macron to host Libya summit pushing for elections
France is set to host a U.N.-sponsored conference on Libya aimed at securing elections in the North African country and commitments to a joint political roadmap from its warring factions.
Italy's efforts to form government fail as president defends euro
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's efforts to form a government broke down on Sunday after the president rejected a eurosceptic pick for the key economy ministry, triggering a potential constitutional crisis and opening the prospect of fresh elections.
U.S., North Korean officials meet for talks on summit
SEOUL/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - American and North Korean officials met at the border between North and South Korea on Sunday in preparation for a possible North Korea-U.S. summit, as North Korea's Kim Jong Un was cited as reaffirming his commitment to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump.
England v Pakistan: Captain Joe Root tells fans to 'keep faith' after defeat
Captain Joe Root urges England supporters to "keep believing" in his team following a sixth defeat in eight Tests.
Was forced to test nukes in 1998 due to 'hostile posturing' by India: Pakistan
Pakistan News: ISLAMABAD: Pakistan today claimed it was forced to test nuclear weapons two decades ago due to "hostile posturing" by India.
Asia's newest drug war leaves more than 90 people dead in less than two weeks
A sweeping crackdown on alleged drug dealers has left at least 91 people dead in less than two weeks in Bangladesh, sparking fears of a Philippines-style “drug war” marked by extrajudicial killings. Most of the deaths have occurred in what the Bangladeshi news media have referred to as shootouts...
Colombia's presidential election could signal end of peace pact with former FARC rebels, analysts say
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