Madagascar fairytale ends as Tunisia sweep into semifinals
Madagascar coach Nicolas Dupuis, whose contract was set to expire at the end of the competition, admitted Tunisia were simply too strong.
Springboks to 'split resources' for Australia, New Zealand
Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus denied that he was considering fielding a 'B' team against Australia at Ellis Park in the opening round.
Cuba lowers tourism target 15 percent after US cruise ban
That is around 15% down on forecasts of 5.1 million tourists in 2019 and around 10% lower than the number of visitors in 2018.
Thomas silences doubters as breakaway duo share mountain spoils
Defending Tour de France champion Geraint Thomas defied his doubters Thursday as Belgian Dylan Teuns won stage six and his breakaway partner Giulio Ciccone snatched the yellow jersey by just a few seconds on an iconic mountain stage.
Australia's Starc sets record for most wickets at a single World Cup
That gave the left-arm quick his 27th wicket of the 2019 tournament, breaking the record of 26 for a single edition he had previously shared with retired Australia paceman Glenn McGrath.
Serena to face Halep in Wimbledon final
The 37-year-old American, seeded 11, eased past over-matched Barbora Strycova of the Czech Republic 6-1, 6-2 in the semi-finals.
The Moon now has hundreds of artefacts. Should they be protected?
Some experts are calling to grant them heritage status to protect them from future tourists and human activity.
England draw first blood in World Cup semi against Australia
The winners of the match in Birmingham will face New Zealand, who shocked mighty India at Old Trafford on Wednesday.
UN calls on Malawi to free protest organisers
Trapence and Sembereka are members of the Human Rights Defenders Coalition that has organised countrywide protests since the disputed 21 May election, alleging the vote was tainted by fraud.
'The sun will still rise' - India mourns World Cup shocker
The unexpected defeat to New Zealand in Wednesday's semifinal came after a top-order batting collapse had left them teetering at 24-4.
US to probe alleged abuse of migrant children by border agents
The girl said in her account that "she felt embarrassed as the officer was speaking in English to other officers and laughing," NBC reported.
Federer, Nadal set-up Wimbledon blockbuster, Djokovic faces Bautista Agut
Eight-time champion Federer racked up his 100th match win at Wimbledon and reached his 13th semi-final with a 4-6, 6-1, 6-4, 6-4 defeat of Japan's Kei Nishikori.
'Difficult to find positives' after last-gasp defeat, says Bafana's Baxter
Bafana Bafana stunned the hosts Egypt in the last 16 but were eliminated four days later in Cairo after William Troost-Ekong bundled in a late winner for three-time champions Nigeria.
No further Ebola cases in Uganda after June deaths - DR Congo
In an update on the epidemic in eastern DRC, the health ministry said its Ugandan counterparts had confirmed there had been no further infections.
Australia to hold Aboriginal constitutional recognition referendum
The campaign to include them in the constitution has stirred heated debate in Canberra.
British inventor Dyson pays $54m for Singapore's priciest penthouse
The company also plans to produce electric cars there, as part of its expansion east after Britain's decision in 2016 to leave the EU.
Solskjaer dismisses Pogba speculation as 'agents talking'
The 26-year-old World Cup-winner's future has overshadowed United's pre-season tour since they arrived in Perth on Monday, with Real Madrid and Juventus rumoured as possible destinations.
At least 24 killed in brutal Papua New Guinea tribal massacres
Officials said the deaths occurred in Hela province -- a rugged region in the west of the country -- when rival tribes apparently clashed over control of local gold deposits in the mineral-rich soil.