Pacquiao lands Down Under, tells Horn to be ready
The July fight against Jeff Horn will be Manny Pacquiao's first since his unanimous decision victory for the title over Jessie Vargas last November.
Afghan defence chief quits over attack, as Mattis flies in
Minister Habibi had come under intense pressure from Afghan lawmakers following an Islamic State attack on a Kabul military hospital in March.
Ibrahimovic vows to return stronger from injury
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is likely to miss the rest of the season after scans revealed he has suffered cruciate knee ligament injuries.
Arsenal want to win FA Cup for Wenger, says Ramsey
Arsenal are seventh in the league, seven points behind fourth-placed Manchester City with a game in hand.
At least eight drown as migrant boat sinks off Greek island
At least eight people, including a child, drowned when an inflatable boat carrying refugees and migrants sank off Greece's Lesbos island.
Sweden arrests second suspect over deadly truck attack
The unnamed person was detained on Sunday on the order of prosecutors, the force said, without going into further details on the suspected offence.
Gloves off in French election as Le Pen aide calls Macron ‘arrogant’
Sunday’s outcome is a huge defeat for the two centre-right and centre-left groupings that have dominated French politics for 60 years.
UK’s William, Harry and Kate open up about emotional struggles
Earlier this week, Prince William talked about how the shock of losing his mother still lingered 20 years after her death.
Hot flashes at younger ages may signal higher heart risk later
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of women’s death, and hot flashes affect 70% of women, Thurston said.
Bangalore's star power refuses to translate into IPL success
Royal Challengers Bangalore learnt the hard way that star power does not always guarantee success after succumbing to the lowest ever score in the IPL in Sunday's match against the Kolkata Knight Riders.
South Korea presidential candidate seeks to restart 6-party talks on North Korea
The six party talks involving North and South Korea, China, the United States, Japan and Russia collapsed in 2008 following a rocket launch by North Korea.
Messi’s 500th Barca goal sinks Real Madrid in thriller
Madrid captain Sergio Ramos was sent off for a two-footed lunge on Messi in the 77th minute and that left Barcelona in a strong position.
Arsenal beat City to reach FA Cup final with Chelsea
Arsenal had to come from behind after Sergio Aguero scored his 30th goal of the season for City in the 62nd minute.
American member of watchdog OSCE killed in Ukraine
The Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe said the killing was the first death of one of its members while on patrol in Ukraine.
Trump condemns anti-Semitism on Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day
Trump said anti-Semitism should be defeated and called the Holocaust the “darkest chapter of human history” in a video address on Sunday.
UK consumer morale softens in first-quarter on price worries – Deloitte
Deloitte said its quarterly consumer confidence index dropped to -7 for the first quarter of 2017 from -6 in the last three months of 2016.
Roadside bomb kills six soldiers in Somalia’s Puntland region
It also wants to drive out of Somalia Africa Union peace keeping force AMISOM that helps defend the country’s central government.
DRC rights group calls on attorney general to investigate costly passports
The Congolese Association for Access to Justice wrote to Attorney General Flory Kabange Numbi to demand he investigate the passports deal.