More South Sudanese go hungry but worst of famine eases - UN
An estimated six million people, half the population, were expected to be in a 'crisis, emergency or catastrophe situation' this month.
Hamilton determined to deliver in Baku
Lewis Hamilton is on a high and with the praise of team boss Toto Wolff ringing in his ears.
Kenya says will raise tax rate on gambling to 35%
The law will impose a tax of 35% of gross profits on all gambling. Until now, lotteries were taxed at 5%.
Coach seeks brighter beginning from Cameroon
Cameroon have been warned by the coach not to regard the match against Australia as the easiest of the 3 group games they play at the Confed Cup in Russia.
Improving squad gives Lions selectors plenty to ponder
Head coach Warren Gatland, has repeated the mantra that those who missed out on the first test at Eden Park, could still press for inclusion later in the series due to injury.
Four go on trial in Hungary over truck deaths of 71 migrants
Four men are charged with the killings of the 71 men, women and children at the height of Europe's migrant crisis in 2015.
Pop stars release song to raise funds for London fire victims
A total of 79 people died in the fire, which swept through the 24-storey Grenfell Tower on June 14th.
Tropical Storm Cindy to hit US Gulf Coast late Wednesday
Cindy was located about 265 km south of Morgan City, Louisiana, early on Wednesday with maximum sustained winds of 95 km per hour.
Champion Murray falls in opening round as top three seeds exit
Murray had lost only one match on grass since the summer of 2014, to Roger Federer in the 2015 Wimbledon semi-finals.
Call to change South African central bank mandate dubbed 'very serious risk'
Mkhwebane made her proposal at a Pretoria news conference on Monday where she delivered her findings on an apartheid-era bailout of Barclays Africa Group.
Queen's Speech: Britain's May promises to listen harder on Brexit
The queen told lawmakers from both the upper and lower houses of parliament that the government is committed to building "the widest possible consensus" on Brexit.
Death toll in Central African town could rise to 100 - mayor
Calm returned to the town on Wednesday and aid workers are collecting bodies, a local Red Cross official said.
AB De Villiers to lead SA in T20 series against England
De Villiers will captain South Africa in the three-match Twenty20 International series against England with Faf du Plessis rested ahead of the Test series.
Prince Philip admitted to hospital
The Duke of Edinburgh has been admitted to hospital with an infection but he remains in ‘good spirits’, a spokesman for Buckingham Palace said.
Man buns and cornrows: Barbie's boyfriend Ken gets a makeover
The launch of the new Ken range follows declining sales of Barbie dolls around the world as girls increasingly turn to other dolls and electronic toys.
Doctors: Coconut oil has more ‘bad’ fat than beef & butter
Instead of coconut oil, people should cook with so-called polyunsaturated fats like corn, soybean and peanut oils, the American Heart Association advises.
‘Israel would go all-out if war breaks out again with Lebanon’
Israeli politicians and generals have spoken often of an intention to hit hard in Lebanon if war breaks out, in an apparent bid to deter Hezbollah.
Triple Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis retires from acting
Day-Lewis, who was born in Britain and holds dual Anglo-Irish citizenship, won his third best actor Oscar in 2013 for playing US President Abraham Lincoln.