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The former US First Lady Laura Bush has condemned a controversial policy that splits up families who illegally enter the country.
 
The Duchess of Sussex's father, Thomas Markle, has revealed his daughter cried when he told her he would not be attending her wedding to Prince Harry.
 
Two suicide bombers have attacked a town in north-eastern Nigeria only hours after the country's army chief urged displaced residents to return home because it was safe.
 
Two people were hurt in a town in southern France on Sunday when a veiled woman shouting "Allahu akbar" (God is greatest) attacked them in a supermarket with a boxcutter knife, prosecutors said.
 
A magazine publisher has successfully appealed against the size of a record defamation payout awarded to actress Rebel Wilson in Australia.
 
French Open champion Rafael Nadal has pulled out of next week’s Queen’s Club grass-court tournament, saying he needs more time to recover after winning his 11th Roland Garros title.
 
North Korea will not see any economic sanctions lifted until it has demonstrated "complete denuclearisation", US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said.
 
A black woman is to lead San Francisco for the first time in its history - at a time when African-American residents are becoming increasingly scarce in the gentrified US city.
 
Julen Lopetegui has been removed as Spain manager a day after it emerged that he had agreed to take over at Real Madrid after the World Cup.
 
The prime ministers of Greece and Macedonia say they have agreed on "Republic of Northern Macedonia" as the new name for the Balkan country, ending an acrimonious 27-year dispute.
 
The head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) on Tuesday cautioned against declaring victory too early in Congo’s Ebola epidemic, despite encouraging signs that it may be brought under control.
 
Congo’s current President Joseph Kabila will not seek a third mandate in the Central African country’s upcoming December elections because of constitutional term limits that prevent him from running again
 
Another high school in Kenya has been closed indefinitely after hundreds of girls walked out of the institution to protest against alleged sexual harassment by a male teacher.
 
The US has arrested 74 people including nearly 30 in Nigeria, as part of an effort to combat email scam artists.
 
Lawyers for the US state of Maryland and the capital Washington accused President Donald Trump on Monday of accepting illegal payments from foreign officials through his hotel in the US capital.
 
Spain has offered to take in a rescue ship drifting in the Mediterranean with 629 migrants on board after Italy and Malta refused to allow it to dock, Reuters news agency reports.
 
A man who deserted from the US Air Force in July 1983 has been apprehended in California, the US military says.
 
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal arrived Saturday in Russia to begin final preparations for a World Cup campaign that pits them against arch-rivals Spain.
 
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