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The struggling icon is critical to supporting economic activity in Australia, a report finds.
How Mr Modi deals with Mr Trump will partially shape the future of the US-India relationship.
El Hadji Diouf on himself: "I am a lion, I have got character and I want people to respect me."
A decades-old murder and how a Supreme Court decision means freedom for one man, and life in prison for the other
Several people died when a passenger boat sank on a reservoir near the town of Guatapé in north-western Colombia.
Ammash, 4, has leukaemia and the funds for his treatment are running out.
The crowded vessel went down on a reservoir near the resort town of Guatapé, in the north-west.
Governor John Kasich's site is one of those attacked, posting a threat to President Donald Trump.
Bystanders form a circle to catch the girl as she plummets to the earth from 25ft in the air.
Organisers insist event is diverse but some attendees feel black people were left on the margins.
The BBC's Orla Guerin joins Iraqi fighters so close to IS militants they can "see their faces".
The good assets of Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca will be taken on by Intesa Sanpaolo.
The US secretary of state urges a "lowering of rhetoric" between Qatar and four other Arab states.
The number of people suffering addiction to narcotics in Iran has surged, local media report.
Fifa says "it is still investigating the allegations" that footballers were part of a state-sponsored doping programme in Russia.
The convening of a joint congress in Versailles is a measure normally associated with times of crisis.
A rescue operation is now under way to get people stranded in other cable cars safely back to earth.
Women's captain Mithali Raj enjoys some poetry to calm "jitters".
Roger Federer warms up for Wimbledon by beating Alexander Zverev to earn a record ninth title at the Gerry Weber Open.
French-Vietnamese dissident blogger Pham Minh Hoang loses his birth nationality and is deported.