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Memorial prayers in Louisville; Ban Ki-moon admits bowing to pressure over Yemen report; Iranian footballer suspended for yellow trousers
Photo: The coffin of late boxing champion Muhammad Ali arrives for an Islamic funeral prayer, in Louisville. Credit: Reuters
Doubts over Eritrean people smuggler arrest; Scotland on Brexit; India's antique hunters.
Photograph shows Medhanie Yehdego Mered pictured at Palermo airport in Italy, but Italian prosecutors are investigating whether the wrong man was extradited. (Credit: Reuters)
Maria Sharapova faces two years out of tennis; shooting in Tel Aviv, and the arrest of a people smuggler known as The General.
(Photo: Maria Sharapova on court at Wimbledon; Credit: AFP/Getty)
Interviews, news and analysis of the day’s global events.
The battle for the decisive Democrat primaries; a Hindu priest murdered in Bangladesh; and what is the Windsor Hum?
(Photo: Hillary Clinton speaks in Long Beach, California; Credit: Reuters)
Car bomb on a police bus in the Turkish capital kills over 10 people; New blood test to find effective medication for depression; Football legend Pele auctions his possessions
(Photo: Emergency services work at the scene of a bomb attack on a police bus in istanbul; Credit: European Photopress Agency)