Former Wales captain Warburton retires at age 29
Flanker Warburton, who was capped 74 times by his country and played five tests for the British and Irish Lions, led Wales in a record 49 matches.
Vettel, Mercedes both hungry for home success
Hockenheim is also home for Lewis Hamilton’s employers Mercedes and after Vettel beat the Briton at Silverstone a week ago.
Trump says Russia is no longer targeting US
Asked by reporters on Wednesday if Russia was still targeting the United States, Donald Trump shook his head and said, 'No.'
Thomas takes stage win and yellow jersey on Tour de France
Team Sky’s Geraint Thomas attacked in the finale of the 11th stage as 2017 Giro champion Tom Dumoulin took second place.
Gold producers offer single-digit pay hikes to unions
Gold producers have been giving above-inflation wage hikes for years, adding to the cost burden of an industry that has been battling depressed prices and labour unrest.
Nigerian police say 8 Boko Haram suspects confess to Chibok abduction
The mass abduction of girls from their school caused global outrage and drew attention to the militant group which has killed more than 30,000 people since 2009.
Rand dips on dollar resurgence, stocks rise
The dollar was boosted by traders responding positively to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell’s assurance of steady US growth.
Turkey's emergency rule expires as Erdogan's powers expand
Since emergency rule was declared two years ago, more than 150,000 civil servants have been purged and 77,000 people suspected of links to the attempted coup have been charged.
First Ethiopian flight in 20 years lands to cheers in Eritrea
Ethiopian Airlines chief executive Tewolde GebreMariam took to the onboard intercom as the flight crossed into Eritrean airspace.
New forensic tests suggest Shroud of Turin is fake
Sceptics say the cloth, the mysterious linen some Christians believe is Jesus’ burial cloth, is a masterful medieval forgery.
BBC to pay damages to Cliff Richard over police raid
The broadcaster used helicopters to film detectives searching the home of the singer when he was away on holiday in August 2014 as part of an investigation into allegations of historical child sex offences.
Universal Music Group to open Nigeria division
Music revenue in Nigeria - mostly derived from sales of mobile phone ringtones - grew 9% in 2016, year-on-year, to reach $39 million and is expected to rise to $73 million by 2021.
'We took turns digging at the cave walls' - Thai boys relive ordeal
The boys, aged 11 to 16, and their 25-year-old coach, wore T-shirts emblazoned with a red graphic of a wild boar and carried in footballs they kicked gently on the set of a national broadcast after leaving hospital.
19 dead as migrant boat sinks off northern Cyprus
Turkey’s coast guard said another 103 migrants were rescued by boats and helicopters of the Turkish and northern Cypriot coast guards.
Google hit with record €4.34 billion EU antitrust fine
The penalty is nearly double the previous record of €2.4 billion which the US tech company was ordered to pay last year over its online shopping search service.
BHP posts record annual iron ore output, beats fourth-quarter forecasts
Shares in the miner jumped more than 3% after both quarterly and full-year production rose 3% on improved productivity.
Kurt Cobain’s daughter says time for US to get over mental health taboo
Frances Bean Cobain was speaking in Ireland at the launch of a new exhibition of the Nirvana frontman’s belongings.
Health system in Mosul remains broken one year after of Isil
Nine of the city’s 13 hospitals are damaged and that means there are 1,000 hospital beds available rather than 3,000, said Heman Nagarathm, Iraq Head of Mission for MSF.