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The World Cup in Russia may be the last for some time to be staged solely in one country.
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Some 197 people are now affected by the outbreak across 35 states.
Striking lorry drivers had held Pedro Parente and his company to blame for rising fuel prices.
Reggie Barnett Jr punched brick walls to train for the first sanctioned fist fight in 130 years.
The US president says his 12 June meeting with North Korea's Kim Jong-un could be the first of many.
"We have gotten to know their people very well," Mr Trump says after talks with a N Korean official.
A workman dies in a fire digging tunnels under the home of a stock trader who feared nuclear attack.
Passersby watched the stolen car crawl along - and one vigilante even tried to help police stop it.
Nigeria's World Cup kit sells out on its first day of release, as three million people pre-order the replica shirt.
Michael Rotondo flies the nest before a court deadline, after calling New York police on his dad.
The official faces up to 26 years in jail for nearly killing a student he recruited to sell marijuana.
The president targets a TV host who has kept her job after using an obscene term for Ivanka Trump.
It has been accused of bad judgment and ignoring a crackdown on Saudi women's rights activists.
President Uhuru Kenyatta says it will determine employee "integrity", after a number of scandals.
The anti-establishment Five Star and right-wing League are sworn in - but what are their policies?
The US unemployment rate fell to 3.8% in May as the economy added more jobs than expected.
The East African nation cannot run away from its bloody history, the tourism board chief says.
Tramadol is meant to treat severe pain - but in Nigeria it's being used by fighters.
Reason for Trump's tariff hike according to former White House communications director.