Ethiopia hosts $173,000-a-seat dinner to beautify capital
The state-affiliated Fana Broadcasting Corporate published pictures of diners, some wearing tuxedos, seated at a long rose-covered banquet table.
Tehran says Trump's 'genocidal taunts won't end Iran'
In another tweet, Mohammad Javad Zarif accused Trump of allowing his team to 'trash diplomacy' and 'abet war crimes - by milking despotic butchers via massive arms sales'.
Thirty-two dead in Tajikistan prison riot
The prison in Vakhdat, 17 kilometres east of the capital Dushanbe, holds 1,500 inmates.
Cannes gets steamy with two-hour orgy of sadomasochistic debauchery
The action takes place at night in a forest, where a group of libertine French nobles who have been expelled from Louis XVI's court for debauchery, embark on a sexual rampage in which they unleash their wildest carnal urges.
Eiffel Tower evacuated after climber spotted on monument
The esplanade underneath the monument was also evacuated.
Koepka returns to world No. 1 after fourth major title
The 29-year-old American has now won four major titles in his last eight starts and is the first man to ever hold back-to-back titles in two majors at the same time, ahead of his tilt at a third successive US Open crown next month.
Tsitsipas reaches career-high ranking ahead of French Open
The 20-year-old failed to repeat his Madrid last-four win over Rafael Nadal, as the 17-time Grand Slam champion went on to lift his ninth Rome title.
Kroos pens new Real Madrid deal until 2023
The 29-year-old midfielder has won 12 titles in five seasons in Spain, lifting the Champions League trophy in 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Ukraine's new president Zelensky says ceasefire first priority
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky reiterated Ukraine does not recognise Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea nor the separatists' self-proclaimed republics in the industrial east.
Man City need to win Champions League, says Guardiola
The 48-year-old Spaniard said in the immediate aftermath of Saturday's rout the domestic treble is more difficult than winning the Champions League because it demands greater consistency over a gruelling season.
12 suspected jihadists killed in Egypt raids: ministry
Weapons and ammunition were seized in the two apartments, the interior ministry said.
Pakistan recall Asif, Amir and Wahab in World Cup squad
Spearhead Amir was left out of the preliminary squad after a run of poor form, but was included in the final list despite not playing in the last four one-day internationals against England due to chicken pox.
Simmons to quit as Afghanistan coach after World Cup
Simmons, who took over in December 2017, said he will not renew his contract after the World Cup in England and Wales.
Crusaders deny 'homophobic' incident in South Africa
The incident allegedly took place in Cape Town late Saturday after the Super Rugby side's 19-19 draw with the Western Stormers.
Folau to fight on after missing sacking appeal deadline
Israel Folau was on Friday given 72 hours to appeal, which would have triggered another hearing with a new panel, but he has opted against that course of action.
Modi's party confident after polls predict India election victory
About 65% of India's 900 million-strong electorate turned out over the six weeks of voting, the election commission said.
Sudan army rulers, protesters plan more talks after no agreement
The latest discussions were launched Sunday evening following pressure from world powers to install a civilian-led governing body - a key demand of demonstrators.
'Now our watch is ended': history-making 'Game of Thrones' wraps
The blood-spattered tale of noble families vying for the Iron Throne has just one episode to go and buzz is at fever pitch for a ratings juggernaut that has demolished audience records like a Dothraki barbarian finishing off a skillet of horse meat.