Tesla’s Musk apologises for his comments on British caver
Vern Unsworth said on Tuesday that he has been approached by British and American lawyers and will seek legal advice after Elon Musk directed abuse at him on Twitter.
Egypt targets social media with new law
The Supreme Council for the Administration of the Media, headed by an official appointed by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, will supervise the law and take action against violations.
Building collapse in Delhi suburb kills at least 2, more feared dead
Police said the building that collapsed on Tuesday night had been constructed a few years ago and did not appear to have many occupants.
Two Ed Sheerans seen in Berlin, but real Ed stays away
The waxwork museum had Nico Eckl, Ed Sheeran’s best-known lookalike, unveil the model of the musician since the real Sheeran couldn’t come due to concerts, the museum said.
Two migrants die on boat left adrift by Libyan coast guard – charity
The Libyans had left the scene after the two women refused to board their patrol ship along with a boy of about four, it said.
Rand weaker after upbeat Fed; traders cautious before CPI
At 0640 GMT the rand was 0.34% weaker at R13.3100 per dollar, compared with a close of R13.2650 overnight in New York, after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the US was on track for years of steady growth.
Froome welcomes rivals' lack of aggression on first mountain stage
Among Froome’s rivals, the Movistar team — with three potential winners in Valverde, Nairo Quintana and Mikel Landa did not even try to unsettle the four-time champion in yet another demonstration of their conservative tactics.
Woods says British Open is his best chance of winning another major
Tiger Woods has said the Open puts less emphasis on power, a good thing for a golfer entering middle age.
Nicaraguan police violently retake anti-government stronghold
In an apparent attempt to clear the protesters' main strongholds, authorities have tightened the clamp-down ahead of the 39th anniversary of the Sandinista revolution.
Wenger says he regrets staying at Arsenal for 22 years
The 68-year-old Frenchman, who was appointed in October 1996, left the north London club at the end of last season after winning three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups.
Root and Morgan clinch decider for England in ODI series
After restricting India to 256 for eight, both Morgan and Root made light work of the run chase on a wicket that was assisting the spinners.
China heart drug sold globally may have had impurity since 2012
NDMA, or N-nitrosodimethylamine, is classified as a probable human carcinogen. Based on results from laboratory tests, it may cause cancer with long-term use.
Syrian army pounds southern city of Nawa, reports of casualties: residents
Some of the heavy army bombardment came from al-Haara, a strategically located hill captured from rebels on Monday and overlooking the Golan that is close to Nawa city.
Iran files suit in international court against US over sanctions
A State Department official said the application was without merit and the United States would fight it in the court.
Myanmar police focused interrogation on Rohingya story: Reuters journalist
The killings took place during a military crackdown that United Nations agencies say led to more than 700,000 Rohingya fleeing to neighbouring Bangladesh last year.
Trump, seeking to calm political storm over Putin summit, says he misspoke
Standing alongside Putin in Helsinki, Trump told reporters he was not convinced it was Moscow. “I don’t see any reason why it would be,” Trump said.
Thailand's rescued cave boys to address media on Wednesday
The boys, aged 11 to 16, and their 25-year-old coach were safely brought out of the Tham Luang mountain cave complex near the border with Myanmar last week.
Liberia's Weah takes steps to tackle inflation, poverty
Liberian President George Weah said the injection of dollars would help mop up some excess Liberian dollars.