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Texas Senator Ted Cruz fails to endorse Donald Trump as Republican nominee, drawing angry boos during his speech at the party convention in Cleveland.
Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community return to the streets of Jerusalem for a parade, one year after a deadly attack by an ultra-Orthodox Jew.
A mural which popped up in Melbourne apparently proclaiming the "death" of Taylor Swift is defaced to pay tribute to dead gorilla, Harambe.
Ted Cruz set off a firestorm when he didn't endorse Donald Trump for president during his speech at the Republican National Convention.
After Donald J Trump Jr's well received speech on Tuesday night of the convention, do Republican delegates see a political future for him or other Trump children?
A senior HSBC executive is charged with fraud in the US for his alleged role in using inside information to profit from a major currency deal.
Australian scientist and amateur rugby player Michael Quinn admits travelling to the US to have sex with a six-year-old boy after being caught in a sting.
In some remote regions of Malawi, girls are made to have sex with a paid sex worker when they reach puberty - but the tradition has the potential to spread disease.
US authorities have charged a Ukrainian man alleged to be the mastermind of the world's biggest online piracy website.
Panama creates an independent commission to determine how many people died during the US invasion in 1989, and to identify them.
A wacky Indian sex comedy about four college-going quiz geeks and their unbridled fantasies has made audiences sit up and have a good laugh, writes Sudha G Tilak.
Fans are still waiting for Pokemon Go to be launched in Japan, the birthplace of the phenomenon, so where might the monsters be hiding out?
A look at the booming private security industry in the Central American country of Guatemala, where an average of 13 murders are committed every day.
The US justice department moves to seize more than $1bn (£761m) from Malaysia's state fund 1MDB, saying the funds were stolen.
How the tragedy of three Afghan girls inspired a US rocker to teach guitar in Kabul.
Henri Astier talks to Abdelghani Merah, an anti-jihad activist whose brother killed seven people in south-west France in 2012.
The US and its allies in the coalition against so-called Islamic State have agreed on a strategy to defeat the group, US Defence Secretary Ash Carter says.
Three French soldiers have been killed in Libya after their helicopter was shot down, President Francois Hollande says.
The bodies of 22 people are found on a migrant dinghy off the coast of Libya, aid group Medecins Sans Frontieres says.
The Roman Catholic Church in Argentina launches an investigation into whether four nuns helped to hide a hoard of cash and jewels.