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Wimbledon: John Isner backs new rule to stop marathon matches

John Isner backs planned changes to Wimbledon aimed at preventing marathon matches - and says the rule should be named after him. READ MORE

Russia nuclear treaty: US warned over threat to scrap deal

Russia threatens retaliation over President Trump's plan to scrap a landmark 1987 nuclear deal. READ MORE

MotoGP: Marc Marquez dislocates shoulder after winning fifth title in Japan

Spaniard Marc Marquez wins a fifth MotoGP title and third in a row - then suffers a bizarre shoulder injury when celebrating victory in Japan. READ MORE

US tourists die as Costa Rica rafts capsize

Four US tourists die and a local tourist is missing after a rafting accident on a swollen river. READ MORE

Top Macau official Zheng Xiaosong dead after fall from building

Beijing said Zheng Xiaosong had been suffering from depression, implying he had killed himself. READ MORE

Royal tour: Meghan takes morning off as Harry goes solo in Sydney

The royal couple decide to cut back pregnant Meghan's schedule "slightly" during their overseas tour. READ MORE

Why speaking out in Nicaragua is getting tough

Families, activists and doctors say they fear being targeted in the crackdown on anti-government critics. READ MORE

‘Hello, death’: Coca-Cola greets New Zealanders in marketing blunder

One of Coca-Cola's marketing slogans in New Zealand did not go over well, turning into a humorous and embarrassing blunder for the company. Read Full Article at RT.com READ MORE

Katie Taylor: Dominant Irish woman beats Serrano to retain world titles

Ireland's Katie Taylor defends her IBF and WBA world titles with a unanimous points win over Cindy Serrano in Boston. READ MORE

Selma Blair: Cruel Intentions star reveals MS diagnosis

Selma Blair shared the news in an emotional Instagram post, saying the news was "overwhelming". READ MORE

Germany sees Russia as stable energy partner as US demands Europe dump Nord Stream 2 pipeline

Europe should stop backing a Russia-led project to deliver natural gas to the continent, according to US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Wess Mitchell. However, not all the European nations agree. Read Full Article at RT.com READ MORE

Japan finds itself buried in plastic waste after China stops importing world’s trash

Nations across the globe are beginning to suffer from waste build-up, after China stopped importing recyclable garbage this year. Japan has become the latest country reporting severe recycling industry overload. Read Full Article at RT.com READ MORE