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Geraint Thomas says he is "floating around on cloud nine" after becoming the third British winner of the Tour de France.
Publisher AG Sulzberger says calling journalists "enemies of the people" will "lead to violence".
PM Hun Sen's party says it won by a wide margin, but critics call the election a sham.
Simegnew Bekele, the project manager of Ethiopia's controversial new dam, had been shot dead.
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On the eve of the election, the ousted ex-president vows not to vote for his Zanu-PF successor.
Fifa should conduct an "independent investigation" over claims the Qatar 2022 World Cup bid team ran a secret campaign in 2010 to sabotage competing host bids, says Damian Collins MP.
British tourist Julie Silvester filmed the aftermath of the 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Kekalok village.
A bear is shot dead on Norway's Svalbard after attacking a guard protecting a cruise ship group.
Ahed Tamimi was jailed by Israel in December after a video showed her slapping an Israeli soldier.
A 6.4 magnitude quake strikes the central island of Lombok, killing at least 10 people.