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Anthony Joshua to face Alexander Povetkin at Wembley in September

Britain's Anthony Joshua will defend his world heavyweight titles against Russian Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium on 22 September. READ MORE

World Cup: Paris renames stations for France heroes' welcome

The metro celebrates France's World Cup victors, as the capital prepares to salute their return. READ MORE

World Cup 2018: Were 'perfect hosts' Russia misjudged?

There were fears the World Cup would be tainted by hooliganism and racism - but were they overstated given the way the tournament went? READ MORE

Chicago Police release bodycam footage of fatal shooting

Chicago Police have clashed with protesters after a black man, who appears to have a concealed weapon, was shot whilst running away. READ MORE

Tour de France 2018: Why is there no women's equivalent?

The world's top female riders will race in La Course on Tuesday but there is no women's Tour de France. Will there be any time soon? READ MORE

Chicago shooting: Police release bodycam footage after protests

The footage shows Harith Augustus, 37, was armed when police fatally shot him on Saturday. READ MORE

Indonesia mob slaughters nearly 300 crocodiles in revenge killing

Angry villagers slaughter the reptiles at a sanctuary in revenge for one of them killing a local. READ MORE

Ex-minister urges new Brexit referendum

The former Tory cabinet minister calls the PM's Brexit plan a "fudge" and "the worst of both worlds". READ MORE

Paris celebrations turn violent on the Champs Elysees

Police used water to disperse crowds when violence erupted after France's win over Croatia. READ MORE

China's second quarter growth meets expectations at 6.7%

The world's second largest economy is battling rising debt and mounting trade tensions with the US. READ MORE

Trump-Putin summit: US leader cautious ahead of Helsinki talks

The US leader will enter a meeting with his Russian counterpart in Finland with "low expectations". READ MORE

Italy allows migrants to land in Sicily

Permission was given after five other EU countries said they would accept some of those on the ship. READ MORE