Hugo Broos says Cameroon are living on past successes
Cameroon need to improve their football infrastructure if they want to compete with the world's top teams, coach Hugo Broos said following their Confederations Cup exit.
EU effort to halt migrants founders in Libya's chaos
Half a million people have crossed the Mediterranean from Libya to Italy over the past four years, mainly sub-Saharan Africans who pay smugglers to shepherd them across the desert to Libya.
'Facebook in talks to produce original TV-quality shows'
The social networking giant has indicated that it was willing to commit to production budgets as high as $3 million per episode.
Vettel ‘disgraced himself’, says furious Hamilton
Hamilton also denied the accusation that he had deliberately “brake-tested” his rival, arguing that he was merely “controlling the pace.”
Treasury undecided on whether to challenge mooted change to SARB's mandate
South Africa's Treasury has yet to decide whether it will challenge a recommendation by an anti-graft watchdog to change the central bank's mandate.
Irish naval ship rescues over 700 migrants off Libyan coast
The LÉ Eithne ship rescued 712 people off the coast of Tripoli as part of an international migrant rescue effort, Ireland’s Defence Forces said.
Hundreds evacuated due to forest fires in southern Spain
Like much of Spain, the area near Huelva is on high alert for forest fires because of a heat wave.
Box Office: ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ Opens to Franchise Low $69.1m
This makes “Transformers: The Last Knight” the latest summer blockbuster to bank on overseas ticket sales to have a shot at turning a profit.
Insurance industry warned of fire risk month before tower block blaze
On Friday some 4,000 residents were forced to evacuate their homes in north London after the fire brigade ruled that their blocks were unsafe.
Iran’s Rouhani backs Qatar, rejects ‘siege’
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain cut ties with Qatar on June 5, accusing it of support for Islamist militants, an allegation Qatar denies.
Airbag maker Takata files for bankruptcy protection in Japan
The filing at the Tokyo District Court followed a Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection filing in the United States.
Globe and Mail: China agrees to stop cyber-attacks on Canadian private sector
The agreement was worked out on Friday during talks in Ottawa between senior communist party official Wang Yongqing and Canada’s national security.
New York Pride marchers target Trump as San Francisco parties
The New York march’s grand marshals this year include the American Civil Liberties Union, which was chosen for its history of litigation defending gay rights.
Mosul celebrates first Eid without Islamic State in years
The militants implemented an extreme version of Islam which associated toys with a face, like dolls, with idolatry.
Nine dead after Colombia tourist boat sinks in reservoir
Rescue workers and the air force were helping passengers at the scene, President Juan Manuel Santos said in a Twitter post.
Quake measuring 6.3 hits area northwest of Tonga – USGS
There are no reports of casualties as a 6.3 magnitude earthquake hit an area about 200 km northwest of the Pacific island of Tonga on Sunday.