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'World's deepest flooded cave' discovered in Czech Republic

Prague - A Czech-Polish team said Friday it had discovered the world's deepest underwater cave in the eastern Czech Republic.

Samsung admits some replaced Galaxy Note 7 phones are overheating

Samsung has responded to reports that replacement Galaxy Note 7 devices are overheating, admitting it's looking into reports that phones are becoming uncomfortably hot during use. It is replacing 2.5m Note 7 handsets that could explode and catch fire.

Trump Hotels & Casinos reportedly violated Cuban embargo

According to a report in Newsweek, a major company controlled by Donald Trump did business in Cuba over 15 years ago in spite of the U.S. trade embargo. Trump denied the allegations but his campaign manager seemed to admit them.

Fresh child abuse case exposes Myanmar's broken system

Yangon - Scars lace across 16-year-old Than Than Ei's face, each line bearing testimony to the abuse she says she suffered at the hands of her adoptive family, the latest case of child abuse piling pressure on Myanmar's government.

Watchdog unable to say if chemical weapons used in Sudan

Den Haag - The global chemical weapons watchdog said Friday that it was unable to support allegations that Sudanese government forces used suspected toxic arms in war-torn Darfur.

Turkey opposition leader blasts Erdogan's 'counter coup'

Istanbul - Turkey's main opposition party leader on Friday accused the government of seeking to capitalise on the July 15 coup to stifle dissent, and vowed to oppose moves to extend a three-month state of emergency.

Russia dismisses Syria campaign death toll allegation

Moscow - Russia on Friday dismissed an accusation its bombing campaign in Syria has killed thousands of civilians, insisting it has stopped jihadists taking over as it marks a year since it began air strikes.

NFL Rumors: Time for Dolphins to make a change at quarterback?

Miami - Thursday night was a game Miami needed to win to get back into the NFL playoff ace, but once again the offense struggled.

2016-17 NBA Power Rankings: Cavs top training camp edition

Cleveland - Despite setting the NBA record for regular season wins last season, Golden State couldn't finish the job in the finals, losing to Cleveland. Despite roster changes from both teams, the Cavaliers enter training camp on top of the power rankings.

Hungary's Muslims 'feel the hate' ahead of refugee referendum

Budapest - Maja is no immigrant, she's a Muslim convert. But in the febrile atmosphere in Hungary ahead of Sunday's referendum on refugees, she says her religion has made her a target for abuse."We Hungarians are normally kind, friendly people.

Category 3 Hurricane Matthew expected to strengthen even more

Hurricane Matthew strengthened into a Category 2 storm during the night, but while writing this report, the NHC advisory at 11:00 a.m. upgraded Matthew to a Category 3 storm.

Op-Ed: Libya unity government PM desperate to accommodate Marshal Haftar

The PM designate of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA), Faiez Serraj, claims Khalifa Haftar, commander of the Libyan National Army (LNA) of the rival government of the House of Representatives (HoR) will be part of a new GNA government.

Fancy a chat? Londoners appalled at Tube badges

London - When American Jonathan Dunne began handing out badges encouraging travellers on the London Underground to talk to each other, he had no idea how controversial challenging the unwritten 'no conversation' rule would be.

Key quotes from Shimon Peres funeral

Jerusalem - US presidents present and past joined Israeli leaders and Shimon Peres's children in delivering the eulogies at the Nobel Peace laureate's funeral in Jerusalem on Friday.

Philippines' Pacquiao 'not sorry' for drug use

Manila - Philippine boxing legend Manny Pacquiao insisted Friday he owed his fans and countrymen no apology after admitting to having used illegal drugs.

Faces of Colombia's war and peace

Estanzuela - Before this week's historic peace deal with the FARC rebels, Colombia's civil war killed, bereaved and displaced millions, while thousands of others spent years in the jungle as hostages.

Shimon Peres: five key facts on former Israel premier

Jerusalem - Shimon Peres, former Israeli president and Nobel Peace Prize winner, was buried on Friday in Jerusalem in the presence of world leaders.

U.S. Afghan drone strike said to kill at least 15 civilians

U.S. drones attacked an area in eastern Nagarhar Province in Afghanistan where there has been a resurgence of activity by the Islamic State. The UN and some locals claim that at least 15 civilians were killed and another 13 wounded.

Gunmen ambush Mexican military convoy, kill 4 soldiers

Culiac - Gunmen ambushed a military convoy in northwestern Mexico on Friday, killing four soldiers and stealing an ambulance that was carrying a wounded criminal, authorities said.

Philippines' Duterte draws Hitler parallels in war on drugs

Davao - Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte on Friday likened his deadly crime war to Hitler's efforts to exterminate Jews, as he declared he was "happy to slaughter" millions of drug addicts.
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