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Turkey issues retaliatory tariffs on US imports

Ankara says the rises were ordered after "attacks on the Turkish economy" by the US. READ MORE

Kevin de Bruyne: Man City midfielder on Pep Guardiola, the Champions League and more

Premier League champions Manchester City will never have another season like last year, says midfielder Kevin de Bruyne. READ MORE

Twitter suspends Alex Jones for one week

The InfoWars conspiracy theorist is reported to have posted a link to a video that broke Twitter's rules. READ MORE

Westminster crash: Salih Khater named as suspect

The man being held over the suspected terrorist attack is Salih Khater, originally from Sudan. READ MORE

Why Spurs face a crucial couple of weeks after failure to make signings - Jermaine Jenas

MOTD pundit Jermaine Jenas explains why keeping players, and keeping their manager happy, is what really matters for Tottenham now. READ MORE

Ben Te'o: England centre says injuries made him consider his rugby-playing future

England and Worcester centre Ben Te'o says his injury problems of the past year left him contemplating his future in the sport. READ MORE

Kyle Edmund beaten by Denis Shapovalov in Cincinnati

British number one Kyle Edmund loses his second-round match with Canadian Denis Shapovalov in Cincinnati. READ MORE

Serena Williams loses to Petra Kvitova at Cincinnati's Western & Southern Open

Wimbledon finalist Serena Williams says she is at the start of a "long comeback" after losing 6-3 2-6 6-3 to Petra Kvitova in Cincinnati. READ MORE

New Mexico compound judge receives death threats

One man told Judge Sarah Backus he "wished her throat were slit" after she bailed five abuse suspects. READ MORE

Whale rescued from fishing net in Chile

The mammal was freed in an operation led by the Chilean Navy. READ MORE

South Africa rhino poaching: 'Bribes paid to court syndicate'

Investigations point to a corrupt court syndicate keeping rhino killers beyond the reach of the law. READ MORE

India postman sacked for hoarding 6,000 letters over a decade

For more than a decade, an India postman chose to dump mail in the store room rather than the letter box. READ MORE