US court order 'buys time' for separated immigrant families - lawyers
The families had been separated amid a broader crackdown on illegal immigration by President Donald Trump’s administration.
#RandReport: Rand retreats as bears await rate decision; stocks up
At 1545 GMT the rand was 0.11% weaker at 13.2275 per dollar, with traders eyeing upcoming events for the next move.
World Cup Pussy Riot pitch intruders jailed for 15 days
The pitch invasion by members of the punk band early in the second half of the final was a brazen act in Moscow’s Luzhniki stadium in front of Russian President Vladimir Putin and other high-ranking officials from around the world.
Prince Harry & Meghan visit Nelson Mandela tribute in London
The exhibition at London’s Southbank Centre is free to the public and runs until 19 August.
World's oldest bread found at prehistoric site in Jordan
The flatbread was fashioned from wild cereals such as barley, einkorn or oats, as well as tubers from an aquatic papyrus relative, that had been ground into flour.
After reprieve, May faces Brexit battle in Parliament on trade
May’s vulnerability in Parliament was laid bare on Monday when her decision to accept the demands of pro-Brexit lawmakers stirred a rebellion among those who want to keep the closest possible ties in the EU.
Iraqi police use batons to disperse protesters outside Zubair oilfield
Many Iraqis believe their Iraqi leaders do not share the country’s oil wealth.
About 20 Nigerian soldiers missing after Boko Haram clash - sources
The confrontation between militants and troops took place on Saturday in the Bama area of Borno.
Researchers: Mass radio campaign saves children’s lives in Africa
Publishing results of a trial involving a radio campaign in rural areas that promoted treatment-seeking for three of the biggest killers of children under five, researchers said around 3,000 lives were saved.
France's Giroud savours World Cup glory despite criticism
The striker drew flak from fans for not scoring a single goal during France’s successful World Cup campaign but manager Didier Deschamps had previously defended him by highlighting his tremendous off-the-ball work rate and clever support play.
Johnny Depp and ex-managers settle lawsuit over finances
They said in a statement that terms of the agreement were confidential. A trial was scheduled to begin in Los Angeles in August.
Golf will never be drug-free - Gary Player
The retired South African golfer said while golf and tennis are probably among the cleanest sports there were benefits of doping for a professional golfer.
US judge suspends deportations of reunited immigrant families
The government is working to meet a court order to reunite around 2,550 children who were separated by US immigration officials from their parents at the US-Mexican border.
Liberia’s George Weah takes steps to tackle inflation, poverty
President George Weah took office at the start of 2018 on a promise to stamp out corruption and end the economic misery for millions of Liberians.
800-year-old tradition of counting Queen’s swan gets underway
The ‘swan upping’ sees three teams patrol the River Thames in southern England over five days to capture, tag and release any families of swans with young.
Netflix shares tank after big miss on subscriber growth
Netflix said it had 'over-forecasted' quarterly fluctuations in the pace of new customers.
Heatwave blankets Japan, kills 14 people over long weekend
At least 14 people died from the heat over the long weekend, media reports said, including a woman in her 90s who was found unconscious in a field.
Rand weaker in cautious early trade
The rand rallied to a new four-week best on Monday on the back of the uncertain dollar trajectory, but retreated early on with investors awaiting the next catalyst.