US comedy legend Jerry Lewis dies at 91
Lewis died of natural causes at his home in Las Vegas on Sunday morning with his family by his side, the family said in a statement.
Lampaert new leader of Vuelta after winning stage two
Lampaert took the red jersey thanks to the 10-second bonus picked up for the stage win, his first in a grand tour, and leads the general classification by one second over his Italian team mate Matteo Trentin.
Ten sailors missing after US warship collides with tanker near Singapore
The warship was currently sailing under its own power and heading to port, the Navy said, without specifying which port.
Barcelona attack suspect still sought as probe expands to other countries
A seven-year-old British-Australian boy, Julian Cadman, was confirmed on Sunday as one of 13 killed in the Barcelona attack.
Elderly Swiss couple found murdered in Kenya’s Mombasa city
Police were looking for the residence’s caretaker who had gone to pick the couple from the airport and who has since disappeared, he said.
Farah wins his farewell track race in Britain
Mo Farah clocked 56.89 seconds over the last lap to ease away from Spain's runner-up Adel Mechaal.
Alonso double for Chelsea spoils Spurs' Wembley opener
For all the noise and wall of flags that greeted their arrival, Spurs needed an early goal to feel at ease in their new surroundings.
Vietnam's president calls for tougher internet controls
Vietnam's govt has stepped up a crackdown on activists this year but there has been little sign of it silencing criticism on social media.
UN: Joint Taliban, Islamic State raid killed disarmed Afghan fighters, civilians
The dead in the town of Mirza Olang included civilians and pro-government fighters who had been disarmed before they were shot.
Leading Democrat: Critics can't conclude Trump is impaired
Adam Schiff said it did not make sense for Donald Trump's opponents to focus on the 25th Amendment to the US Constitution.
Syria's Assad says Western plots against him foiled but war not yet won
President Bashar al-Assad said that even though there were signs of victory after six-and-a-half years of civil war, the 'battle continues'.
Britain calls on EU to move Brexit talks forward
Britain is pressing for talks to move beyond the divorce to offer companies some assurance of what to expect after Britain leaves the EU.
India investigates after fourth big train accident in past year kills 23
The cause of the derailment about 130 km north of the capital New Delhi, in the state of Uttar Pradesh, was not known.
Boston march against hate speech avoids Charlottesville chaos
Police estimated that as many as 40,000 people packed into the streets around the nation's oldest park.
Mane strikes as Liverpool scrape 1-0 win over Palace
Liverpool ground out their first Premier League victory of the season after Sadio Mane scored an opportunistic goal to give them a 1-0 win over Crystal Palace.
Debutant Jese inspires Stoke to win over Arsenal
New signing Jese made a dream debut for Stoke City, scoring the winner in a 1-0 victory over Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday.
'Pinetree' felled. All Blacks great Meads dies aged 81
Tributes flowed from politicians, former team mates and current players on Sunday as New Zealand mourned the death of All Blacks great Colin Meads.
Comedian Dick Gregory, active in US civil rights movement, dies at age 84
Gregory gained his first major break in stand-up comedy when Playboy founder Hugh Hefner saw Gregory's act and hired him.