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Mohammed Morsi: Ousted Egyptian president dies in court, state TV says
Ousted Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi has died after collapsing in court on Monday.
Walter Luebcke: 'Right-wing background' to killing of pro-migrant Angela Merkel ally
German prosecutors believe there was a "right-wing extremist background" to the suspected murder of a popular member of Chancellor Angela Merkel's party who was known for his pro-migrant views.
Iran to pull out of nuclear treaty if EU fails to save deal, Iranian MP warns
Iran will pull out of the world's nuclear non-proliferation treaty if the EU fails to save another deal struck in 2015 on its nuclear programme, a senior Iranian MP has said.
Organs of prisoners illegally harvested in China, tribunal claims
The organs of prisoners are being illegally harvested and traded in China, an international tribunal has claimed.
Israel Folau: Sponsor backs sacking of rugby star over homophobic rants
The major sponsor of the Australian rugby team has backed the sacking of Israel Folau for homophobic comments a day after the player renewed his stance in a church sermon.
Paris Air Show: Europe to build rival to UK's next-generation fighter jet
Spain has joined France and Germany in a project to build a replacement for the Eurofighter Typhoon jet.
Chinese president Xi Jinping to make state visit to North Korea
Xi Jinping will arrive in North Korea on Thursday for the first state visit a Chinese president has made to the country for 14 years.
Backpacker who was kidnapped and raped on Australian farm used Facebook to raise alarm
A backpacker has told how she sent desperate pleas for help over Facebook after being chained up and sexually abused by a farmer in Australia.
One giant leap for womankind: NASA vows to land first female astronaut on the moon by 2024
NASA has laid out plans for the first woman to set foot on the moon by 2024 as part of a new programme testing technology that will eventually be used on Mars.
Wanted - private beaches for rotting 40-tonne whale carcasses
The number of dead gray whales washing up on the US west coast has reached record levels, prompting authorities to ask landowners to help dispose of them.
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