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Rescuers in Thailand are racing against the rains to free 12 boys and their football coach trapped in a flooded cave in Thailand.
 
On June 17, former U.S. first lady Laura Bush penned an editorial in The Washington Post about revelations that the government had separated 2,000 children from their parents.
 
Ethiopia removed three opposition groups from its list of “terrorist” organisations on Thursday, the latest sign of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed charting a new course for one of Africa’s most tightly controlled states.
 
Men who ate about two handfuls of mixed almonds, hazelnuts and walnuts daily for 14 weeks improved their sperm count and had more viable "swimmers", scientists found.
 
A three-year-old girl died of her injuries on Monday, after a knife attack at her birthday party left nine injured in Boise, Idaho, US police say.
 
An octopus, who correctly predicted all of Japan's World Cup results, has been killed and turned into sashimi.
 
Mikel John Obi was told that his father had been kidnapped and would be killed if he reported anything – just hours before he led Nigeria into their final World Cup group phase tie against Argentina.
 
A Catholic archbishop in Australia has been given a maximum sentence of 12 months in detention for concealing child sexual abuse in the 1970s.
 
A South African woman is recovering in hospital after being discovered alive in a mortuary fridge.
 
African heads of state have pledged to coordinate efforts to improve the continent's security and defeat jihadist organizations
 
A heterosexual couple have won their legal battle to have a civil partnership instead of a marriage.
 
Online sports betting is booming in soccer-mad Nigeria largely thanks to payment systems developed by homegrown technology firms that are starting to make online businesses more viable.
 
The Minister for Special Development Initiative, Mavis Hawa Koomson, has indicated that information from the Ghana Statistical Service on living standards in Ghana as of 2016
 
Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi said on Monday that those responsible for deadly attacks in the north of country where gangs wielding machetes have attacked police and religious leaders
 
Syrian state media said early Tuesday that two Israeli missiles struck near Damascus International Airport, without adding any details.
 
A US border security chief says he has temporarily stopped launching criminal prosecutions of migrants who illegally enter the country with children.
 
Colombian prosecutors said Monday that bodies found in a border jungle area were those of three Ecuadoran journalists who were killed after being held hostage.
 
US astronaut Buzz Aldrin is suing two of his children and his former business manager alleging they stole money from him and are slandering his legacy.
 
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