Macron meets Iran FM to push for G7 detente
But Emmanuel Macron had pledged to "try to propose things" in the talks with Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif at the Elysee Palace on Friday.
Heart attacks halved by daily 'polypill', strokes reduced too: study
The polypill concept was first proposed more than 20 years ago as a simpler, cost-effective approach to treating cardiovascular disease, which often requires taking several medications.
Scientists a step closer to saving northern white rhino from extinction
Science is the only hope for the northern white rhino after the death last year of the last male, named Sudan, at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya where the groundbreaking procedure was carried out Thursday.
Colombia captures top drug trafficker
Carlos Mario Usuga, whose brother Dairo Antonio Usuga heads the Clan del Golfo gang, was captured in an 'impeccable intelligence operation' between the police and the army, President Ivan Duque said.
Sri Lanka ends emergency four months after Easter attacks
President Maithripala Sirisena has been extending the emergency on the 22nd of each month since the 21 April attacks on three hotels and three churches.
South America eye clean sweep in absence of star names at Vuelta
A swathe of absentees leaves the door open for a first-time winner and a South American clean sweep of Grand Tour victories this season as the Vuelta a Espana begins on Saturday.
Uncapped Petaia, 19, gets nod in Cheika's 'unpredictable' Wallabies squad
Cheika opted for just two half-backs, Will Genia and Nic White, in his 31-man World Cup squad, meaning Brumbies No.9 Joe Powell and the Waratahs' Nick Phipps miss out.
Six-wicket Archer doesn't always feel need for speed
Archer, the 24-year-old Barbados-born son of an English father, said conditions in Leeds dictated why he bowled fewer short balls than at Lord's.
Ramaphosa vows zero tolerance for misconduct in CR17 campaign fundraising
Ramaphosa's campaign was again thrust into the spotlight last week after financial details - including donors and beneficiaries - were leaked to the media.
Family of Palestinian boy wounded in head wants answers from Israel
It has been more than a month since the family and Palestinian officials say the boy was shot in the head by Israeli forces during clashes in his home village of Kufr Qaddum in the northern West Bank.
Neymar future remains up in air as PSG reject Madrid offer - reports
French sports daily 'L'Equipe' said Real had offered cash plus Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez and goalkeeper Keylor Navas, but PSG turned it down because.
England bowl against Australia in third Ashes Test
Batting promised to be awkward under the glare of the floodlights, with grey skies promising to assist England's quicks.
French NGO says has 10 witnesses of Epstein-linked abuse
Innocence en Danger, which defends the rights of minors against violence and sexual abuse, said it would pass on the witness statements to the judicial authorities.
No Rohingya turn up for repatriation to Myanmar
"The Myanmar government raped us and killed us. So we need security. Without security we will never go back," Rohingya leader Nosima said, according to a statement released by the refugees.
Ghana draws African-American tourists with 'Year of Return'
The West African nation is banking on the commemorations to give a major boost to the number of tourist arrivals as it encourages the descendants of slaves to 'come home'.
Qantas to test 'ultra long-haul' Sydney to NY, London flights
Three flights aboard Boeing 787-9 aircraft will take place from October, with up to 40 passengers and crew on the 19-hour flight.
Djokovic, Osaka named US Open top seeds
Novak Djokovic, who will be chasing a 17th Grand Slam singles title in New York next week, heads the men's field with Spain's Rafael Nadal seeded second.
All Blacks stars snub shot at Olympic sevens glory
New Zealand Rugby revealed Thursday that no current All Blacks will represent their country in sevens at next year's Tokyo Olympics.