Zlatan fires Milan comeback as Juve miss chance to stretch lead
Maurizio Sarri's men led through goals from Adrien Rabiot and Cristiano Ronaldo early in the second half, but were then blown away by a brilliant Milan display as Ibrahimovic scored and had an assist.
China opens Hong Kong headquarters for its secret police
The new base is located in a rapidly-converted hotel overlooking the city's Victoria Park, a location that has hosted pro-democracy protests for years.
Panic-buying returns as Melbourne braces for lengthy lockdown
Five million residents were ordered back into a six-week lockdown beginning midnight Wednesday into Thursday as soaring community transmission of the coronavirus brings more than 100 new cases daily.
Chelsea cling on to win five-goal thriller, Leicester held at Arsenal
Frank Lampard's men edged closer to sealing a place in next season's Champions League as a seventh win in eight games takes them one point ahead of Leicester and opened up a five-point lead on fifth-placed Manchester United.
Ignoring outrage, Trump makes good on WHO pullout
After threatening to suspend the $400 million in annual US contributions and then announcing a withdrawal, the Trump administration has formally sent a notice to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, a State Department spokesperson said.
BLM movement forces English cricket to face 'uncomfortable truths'
The England and Wales Cricket Board wants to apply the "Rooney Rule" to help address the lack of black and minority ethnic (BAME) coaches.
WHO studying evidence on airborne virus transmission
The World Health Organisation said it would put out a new scientific brief within days, rounding up the knowledge about how the virus can be transmitted and ensuring its guidance stays in line with the evidence.
Brazil's Bolsonaro announces positive coronavirus test
Jair Bolsonaro has caused huge controversy in Brazil for repeatedly flouting containment measures and minimising the risk of the virus.
Facebook pledges more action on toxic content ahead of meeting
Facebook pledged to take further steps to remove toxic and hateful content from its platform as its top executives were set to meet with organisers of a mushrooming ad boycott.
Commonwealth should 'acknowledge' past wrongs, says Prince Harry
The 35-year-old royal and his wife, Meghan, joined a video conference call with leaders organised by the Queen's Commonwealth Trust from their base in the United States.
'We have an obligation to re-sign Messi' says Barcelona president
The president said he was happy with the direction of the club and maintained he had been right to replace Ernesto Valverde in January.
Kenya declares school year 'lost', classes back in 2021
The school year in the East African country runs from January to November, when it climaxes with end-of-term exams.
Bus plunges into lake in southwest China, killing 21
The bus crashed into a guardrail and veered into Hongshan Lake in Guizhou province, leaving 15 others injured, the local emergency management department said in a statement.
WHO monitoring China bubonic plague situation
The UN health agency said it was notified by China on 6 July of a case of bubonic plague in Inner Mongolia.
Aide to Russian space chief held on treason charges
Roscomos said a probe was under way and that it was "fully cooperating with the investigative authorities".
Australia's second-biggest city under new virus lockdown
State Premier Daniel Andrews said the lockdown would begin at midnight Wednesday and last at least six weeks, as he warned residents "we can't pretend" the coronavirus crisis is over.
All-rounders Stokes and Holder to lead from the front
Jason Holder tops the ICC's Test all-rounder rankings, with fellow paceman Ben Stokes in second place as international cricket resumes for the first time since 2 March following the coronavirus lockdown.
Son clashes with Lloris as Spurs beat Everton
As Son walked towards the tunnel at half-time, France goalkeeper Lloris confronted the South Korea forward, shouting at him and shoving his shoulder.