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Deutsche Bank to cut more than 7,000 jobs

The move comes as Germany's biggest lender attempts to return to profitability. READ MORE

Trump-Kim summit: Words that could anger North Korea

Max Thunder and some other subjects that could prove sensitive at the Singapore summit. READ MORE

Australia prop James Slipper banned for cocaine use

Former Australia player James Slipper has been banned and fined after testing positive for cocaine READ MORE

Martin Luther King's daughter rubbishes Bannon claim about Trump

Martin Luther King's daughter condemns Steve Bannon's claim that the icon would have backed Mr Trump. READ MORE

China fines retailer Muji for listing Taiwan as a country

China is increasingly going after companies that don't abide by its territorial claims. READ MORE

Real Madrid v Liverpool: Could James Milner be key to Champions League final?

The Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool has the makings of a classic, but what can we learn from the pre-match statistics? READ MORE

India PM Modi accepts fitness challenge from cricketer Virat Kohli

Top athletes and ministers have been joining in with a trending social media exercise campaign. READ MORE

The lo-fi window boxes aiming for the Chelsea Flower Show

Rob Dicken tried to enter his AstroTurf "urban garden" to be displayed at the Chelsea Flower Show. READ MORE

50 Great World Cup moments: Wayne Rooney sent off against Portugal - 2006

With three weeks to go until the 2018 World Cup, BBC Sport looks back to Wayne Rooney's red card against Portugal in 2006 and Cristiano Ronaldo's famous wink. READ MORE

Stormy Daniels given key to the city of West Hollywood

The California city names 23 May Stormy Daniels Day, calling the adult film star "a profile in courage". READ MORE

North Korea calls US Vice-President Pence 'stupid'

Angered by the US vice-president's comments, North Korea warns a "nuclear showdown" is still possible. READ MORE

Trump administration launches vehicle import probe

The investigation will see if vehicle imports threaten national security, which could lead to tariffs. READ MORE