The two cities were ravaged by last week’s mass shootings
President Trump to visit Dayton and El Paso
Is Islamic State group back in Syria?
The militants have reportedly regrouped in areas previously held by US troops
Afghan capital Kabul hit by car bomb attack
The blast has injured scores of people
Trump visits cities shaken by mass shootings
President Trump has visited El Paso in Texas where a gunman killed 22 people on Saturday
US mass shootings: Trump visits Dayton and El Paso
US President Donald Trump has visited emergency workers in El Paso, Texas
President Trump has met survivors of a mass shooting in Texas
US president visits Ohio and Texas amid protests at his stance on gun control and migrants
President Trump met emergency workers and survivors
Mr Trump visited Ohio and Texas amid protests at his stance on gun control and migrants
Hundreds released after US immigration raids
Some 300 people released from ICE custody after many were separated from their children
President Donald Trump had announced an immigration crackdown in June
US immigration: ICE releases 300 people after Mississippi raids
The raids sparked condemnation from Democrats
Protesters targeting airport in Hong Kong
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Two months of protests in Hong Kong
Hong Kong protesters take to the airport
Hong Kong: tenth consecutive weekend of mass protests
Pro-democracy demonstrators have clashed with police in several parts of the city.
Guatemala: conservative presidential candidate claims victory
Alejandro Giammattei has nearly 60 per cent of the vote, early results show.
Hong Kong protests enter tenth week
Police have again clashed with anti-government protesters across the city.
War of words over Kashmir ramps up
Indian soldiers are on alert after protests over Kashmir's special status being revoked
Kashmir crisis: tensions remain high on the Indian side
Indian-administered Kashmir is on high security ahead of a major Muslim festival.
In Guatemala the conservative candidate has won the presidential election.
President-elect Alejandro Giammattei won just over 59 per cent of the vote.
Trump plans a tougher immigration policy
The new measures target legal immigrants to the US who rely on public assistance
Ebola: big breakthrough in medical science
Scientists say the disease can effectively be cured
New Ebola treatment proves a big advance
Ebola: two experimental procedures have been very effective in trials in the DRC outbreak
Hong Kong leader warns protesters
Carrie Lam described the several mass sit-ins as an attempts to destroy the rule of law
Ebola: soon could be "preventable and treatable"
The deadly ebola virus may soon be a "preventable and treatable" disease
Ebola: new drug cures 90 per cent of infected patients
The deadly virus may soon be a "preventable and treatable" disease
Hong Kong: airport reopens amid uneasy calm
The Chinese government is growing ever more insistent that the protests must end
Hong Kong airport has resumed operations after days of demonstrations
There were clashes just before midnight but most demonstrators later left
Hong Kong: flights have resumed though a pro-democracy protest continues
After two days of protests and chaos at Hong Kong's airport, flights have resumed
Hong Kong airport clears up after the protests
After the chaos pro-democracy sit-ins he Hong Kong airport is open again
Hong Kong's airport: open for business again
Hong Kong airport has resumed operations after a night of chaos with democracy protesters
Hong Kong airport is operating normally again
The clear-up follows a two day occupation by pro-democracy demonstrators
The fight against drug resistant tuberculosis
A treatment for the disease wins US government approval
Fears of recession hit US stock markets
Investors avoid shares amid recession warnings
Former Sudanese intelligence chief banned from the US
Salah Gosh is allegedly involved in human rights violations
Narendra Modi defends decision to revoke Kashmir’s special status
India’s Prime Minister describes the move as a major achievement
Narendra Modi defends the scrapping of Kashmir’s special status
India’s Prime Minister says the move is a major achievement
Does Amazon deliver intelligence to the US authorities?
The giant online retailer is accused of helping US border agents
North Korea fires two projectiles into sea
It's the sixth presumed weapons test in less than a month.
North Korea snubs peace talks with South Korea
Zimbabwe opposition calls for mass protests
The country faces its worst economic crisis in decades
North Korea rejects further talks with South Korea
It issued a statement harshly critical of a speech by S Korea’s leader.
Opposition in Zimbabwe calls for mass protests
The country faces its worst economic crisis in decades.
Zimbabwe's police bans mass protests
The country’s opposition vows to defy the ban.
Detained Iran oil tanker sets sail from Gibraltar
Marine tracking shows the tanker moving east into the Mediterranean
Iran tanker row: Detained ship sets sail from Gibraltar
Gibraltar earlier rejected a request by the US to again seize the ship
Sudan's opposition coalition has named the five people it wants to be part of the Sovereign Council
The body is due to be sworn in on Monday
It was originally seized on suspicion of transporting oil to Syria
Iranian oil tanker seized by Gibraltar last month has set sail overnight after being released
The authorities in Gibraltar turned down a US request to impound the vessel again
Twitter and Facebook block Hong Kong misinformation
The companies say they have blocked or suspended accounts originating in mainland China
Hong Kong protests: Twitter and Facebook remove Chinese accounts
Networks move to quash China-backed accounts intended to "sow political discord" in HK
The leader of Hong Kong has announced what she calls a platform for dialogue
Ms Lam also said the rule of law still made Hong Kong an attractive business destination
Hong Kong leader announces a platform for dialogue
The territory's leader wants to hear what people want to say
Hong Kong’s leader has set out proposals to establish a political dialogue
Announcement comes after weeks of anti-government protests in Hong Kong
Fate of Italian government to be decided today
The future of Italy's government could be decided today after weeks of acrimony
Australian court rejects appeal by Cardinal George Pell
A court of appeal rejected Pell's argument that the verdict was unfair
Cardinal George Pell loses appeal against sexual abuse convictions
Pell is due to remain in jail until at least 2022
Sudan forms army-civilian council to lead country
Generals and protest leaders agreed on its final composition late on Tuesday
Cardinal Pell fails to overturn sex abuse verdict
Pell will now consider a final appeal in the nation's highest court
An Australian cardinal has failed to overturn his conviction for sexually abusing two choirboys in the 1990s
Cardinal Pell is the most senior Catholic cleric to be convicted of sexual abuse
30 days to find a Brexit backstop solution?
Merkel gives hope for Brexit changes
Uganda and Rwanda sign peace deal
Johnson to meet Macron as French president downplays backstop hopes
Boris Johnson set to meet Emmanuel Macron
A way forward for Brexit?
Amazon fires an ‘international crisis’
The Amazon fires are destroying our home
Ramaphosa faces questions about funding in parliament
Amazon fires: 'Our house is burning'
Global leaders express concern over Amazon fires