At least 544 civilians have been killed and over 2,000 people injured since a Russian-led assault on the last rebel bastion in northwestern Syria began two months ago, rights groups and rescuers said on Saturday
A powerful magnitude 7.1 earthquake shook Southern California today, causing damage to buildings, fires and some injuries, the largest in a swarm of quakes to hit the state over the last two days.
Fifteen-year-old Cori Gauff clawed her way back from a set and 5-2 down and saved two match points to beat Slovenia's Polona Hercog 3-6 7-6(7) 7-5 on Friday and reach the Wimbledon fourth round.
Teenage fast bowler Shaheen Afridi took six cheap wickets as Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 94 runs, clocking up their fourth World Cup win in a row but narrowly missing out on the semi-finals.
With US fighter jets flying overhead, President Donald Trump praised the military during a celebration of Fourth of July which critics accused him of turning into a political event.
A powerful earthquake has struck Southern California, touching off house fires and damaging buildings in a desert town northeast of Los Angeles.
British Royal Marines have seized a giant Iranian oil tanker in Gibraltar for trying to take oil to Syria in violation of EU sanctions, a dramatic step that has infuriated Iran.
Heavy rains have eased in southern Japan, but authorities maintained evacuation orders for more than a million people, warning against a risk of more landslides, which have killed two people.
Australia's Bernard Tomic has been fined $84,000 for not playing to "required professional standards" after he put in minimal effort during a 58-minute, first-round thrashing by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at Wimbledon.
Third seed and twice-champion Rafa Nadal emerged victorious from a memorable four-set duel with Aussie wild man Nick Kyrgios that delivered everything it had promised in front of an enraptured Wimbledon crowd.
West Indies won the battle of the Cricket World Cup's basement dwellers, beating Afghanistan by 23 runs in their final group match.
An Australian student who went missing in North Korea has been released.
Facebook Inc says some of its users globally are facing issues while sending media files over its social media platforms including Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram.
North Korea's mission to the UN has accused the US of being "more and more hell-bent on hostile acts" against Pyongyang.
Boeing says it will give $US100 million to help families and communities affected by the deadly crashes of its 737 MAX planes in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
American 15-year-old Cori "Coco" Gauff showed her stunning first-round defeat of Venus Williams was no flash in the pan.
Novak Djokovic continued his serene progress at Wimbledon.
England stormed into the Cricket World Cup semi-finals for the first time since 1992 after Jonny Bairstow's second consecutive century helped secure a 119-run victory over New Zealand.
Japan ordered nearly 800,000 people to take shelter in evacuation centres as heavy rains threatened to trigger landslides and cause other damage.
Lee Iacocca, the US auto industry executive who gave America the Ford Mustang and was celebrated for saving Chrysler from going out of business, has died.