Klopp lauds 'incredible' Adrian's flying start to Liverpool career
The Spaniard saved Tammy Abraham's penalty to give Liverpool a 5-4 shootout win against Chelsea after the showdown between Champions League and Europa League winners had finished 2-2 in Istanbul on Wednesday.
Trump on summer vacation but not in summery mood
The former real estate dealer and television entertainer wants everyone to know that he neither wants nor needs time off.
Powerful storm lashes Japan, snarls holiday travel
Severe Tropical Storm Krosa, one notch below a typhoon, was churning slowly just off the southwestern coast of Japan, packing wind gusts of up to 160 kilometres per hour.
Apology over New Zealand mosque accused's 'hateful' letter
Australian Brenton Tarrant is in a maximum-security jail in Auckland awaiting trial for the murder of 51 Muslim worshippers on 15 March in the worst mass shooting in modern New Zealand history.
Tunisia electoral commission approves 26 presidential candidates
The 15 September vote follows the death at age 92 last month of Beji Caid Essebsi, the first president to be democratically elected in Tunisia after the popular uprising of 2011.
British PM sees 'collaboration' between anti-Brexit MPs, Brussels
Boris Johnson accused the European Union of taking an uncompromising position towards London because it believes Brexit can be stopped in the British parliament.
Toll from Tanzania fuel truck blast rises to 82: hospital
A spokesman for the National Hospital in Dar es Salaam said 32 others were being treated, including 17 in intensive care, following one of the deadliest oil tanker blasts in Africa in recent years.
China slams Hong Kong airport protesters as 'terrorist-like'
The rallies, which had paralysed one of the world's busiest travel hubs, ended with ugly clashes on Tuesday night that included protesters beating two men.
US rapper A$AP Rocky convicted of assault, gets suspended sentence
The 30-year-old rapper, whose real name is Rakim Mayers, and two members of his entourage were found guilty of assaulting a 19-year-old in a fight in central Stockholm on June 30.
China slams 'terrorist-like actions' by protesters at HK airport
Activists blockaded two terminals in the city on Tuesday in the latest escalation of a 10-week political crisis that has gripped the international finance hub and forced the closure of the airport.
Guaido warns Venezuela's Maduro over moves to advance legislative elections
Elections to renew the National Assembly, the only branch of government under opposition control, are set for December 2020.
Notre-Dame cathedral 'still at risk of collapse' after fire
France's culture ministry insisted that the urgent need to make the cathedral safe had dictated the pace of the works, following criticism that it had ignored the risks of lead poisoning.
Giant penguin fossil found in New Zealand
The giant waddling sea bird stood 1.6 metres high and weighed 80 kilograms, about four times heavier and 40cm taller than the modern Emperor penguin, researchers said.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg sets sail for NYC
The 16-year-old Swede, whose school strikes have inspired children across the world to protest against global warming, refuses to fly because of the carbon emissions caused by planes.
Djokovic advances as Serena pulls out in Cincinnati
Defending champion Djokovic double faulted three times as he dropped serve in the opening game against Sam Querrey but quickly put things right and pulled away for a 7-5, 6-1 victory over the American.
China's industrial output hits 17-year low
The figures are the latest to highlight how the world's second-largest economy is being battered by an escalating trade war with the United States and slowing global demand.
Stosur, Gauff headline US Open wildcards
Gauff is joined by four other teenagers among eight wildcard invitees: a trio of 17-year-old Americans in Caty McNally, Whitney Osuigwe and Katie Volynets and 16-year-old French player Diane Parry.
CAR militias abuse peace deal to tighten grip, say experts
A new report to the UN says impediments to peace range from attacks on civilians and humanitarian workers to 'doublespeak' from rebel forces, banditry and arms trafficking.