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A US jury orders technology giant Apple to pay more than $234m in damages for patent infringement to the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Police in Panama have burned almost 11 tons of illegal drugs.
Hungary closes its border with Croatia in an effort to stem the flow of migrants moving through the country en route to western Europe.
The German Football Association "categorically rejects" allegations of a secret fund to secure votes for the 2006 World Cup.
A possible gas cylinder blast has killed at least eight people, most of them students, in a restaurant in the Indian city of Mumbai, police say.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is to become the vice-president of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, despite his party's support of Trident.