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BBC China correspondent Robin Brant reports from Hong Kong amid another day of protests.
The United States were deserved winners of the 2019 Women's World Cup, but there are signs that Europe's best teams can challenge their dominance.
People in Mexico celebrate the artist's birthday with a parade through Kahlo's home neighbourhood.
The USA win the Women's World Cup for the fourth time after beating the Netherlands 2-0 in Sunday's final.
The opposition New Democracy party is set to win Greece's general election, exit polls suggest.
The German lender will exit the share trading business, much of which is in London and New York.
Two Americans and a Spaniard are hospitalised with bull injuries at the popular Spanish event.
China said there was "no separation of children from their parents" - contradicting a BBC report.
Saudi Arabian carrier flyadeal halts plan to buy Boeing planes and switches to Airbus fleet.
Tens of thousands marched in a bid to raise awareness about a controversial extradition bill.
The African Union estimates that the agreement could boost intra-African trade by 60% by 2022.
The family of the US actor has confirmed he died after suffering a seizure in his sleep.
Reports say the allegations against the billionaire sex offender date back to the early 2000s.
Iran "wants to salvage" the 2015 accord but accuses other countries of failing to fulfil promises.
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