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US President Barack Obama backs Indian access to missile technology and nuclear trade during talks in Washington.
Hillary Clinton thanks her supporters for helping her become the first woman nominee for president from a major political party.
Police in Papua New Guinea open fire on students protesting against Prime Minister Peter O'Neill, with several deaths and injuries reported.
An EgyptAir jet forced to land in Uzbekistan due to a hoax bomb threat is cleared to resume its journey from Cairo to Beijing, Egyptian officials say.
Italy's tomatoes and Thailand's potent chillies, although closely associated with these nations, have their historical roots elsewhere, a study reveals.
Security forces across France have been holding drills to check preparedness in case of a terror attack, as Gavin Lee reports.
Tutoring technology helps tackle exam revision angst
Singapore says it will restrict access to the internet for public servants from May next year because of information security concerns.
US President Barack Obama will not attend a memorial to late boxer Muhammad Ali on Friday as he will be at his daughter's graduation.
British long jumper Greg Rutherford has had his sperm frozen because of fears about the Zika virus, says his partner.
Nigeria's Stephen Keshi, one of only two men to win the Africa Cup of Nations as a player and a coach, dies at the age of 54.
Five cyclists are killed and another four hurt in a hit-and-run incident in the US state of Michigan, police say.
Hillary Clinton thanks her supporters for helping her reach a "historic" moment for women - the Democratic nomination for president.
Police fire on students in Papua New Guinea who were protesting against Prime Minister Peter O'Neill.
Speaking to supporters, US Republican presumptive nominee Donald Trump has said he would welcome Bernie Sanders voters 'with open arms'
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