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World Cup reporter groped and kissed on air  The Deutsche Welle reporter took to social media to hit out harassment of female journalists
World Cup live: Denmark v Australia  Denmark and Australia meet in the second round of fixtures in Group C at the Samara Arena.
Mars dust storm throws Nasa rover into doubt  Most of Mars is engulfed in a dust storm the likes of which has not been seen for over a decade.
From the atom bomb to Facebook: How inventor's remorse works  NBC Left Field and Euronews take a look at inventors who were faced with the negative consequences of their inventions, and how society today addresses new...
Migrant rescue vessel Aquarius sets sail from Valencia  The crew of the ship vow to carry on their work as long as there is a need
Nearly 200 feared dead after Indonesian ferry capsizes  Recovery efforts continue four days after an overfilled Indonesian ferry sank on Lake Toba.
Beyoncé's powerful new music video eloquently subverts white spaces | View  We can't all afford to rent out the Louvre but we can all engage in civil disobedience, regardless of scale.
Ending child separation doesn't relieve Trump of responsibility for it | View  The policy was the result of the complete immorality plaguing the Trump administration and the United States.
Why protesters put their lives on the line by approaching Gaza fence  "We want to live a dignified life but we are losing hope," one demonstrator who was shot by Israeli troops told NBC News.
"Orban sees himself as the defender of Christian Europe"  European leaders in favour of a restrictive migration policy gather in Budapest on Thursday for a meeting of minds, a day after Hungary passed legislation...
New Zealand PM gives birth to baby girl  Jacinda Ardern in only the second elected leader in recent times to give birth while in office
Pentagon sending military lawyers to prosecute immigration cases  The lawyers will be appointed as full-time special assistant U.S. attorneys for as long as six months.
Iranian women attend first World Cup screening in nearly 40 years  Iranian women flock to a Tehran sports stadium to watch a screening of a World Cup match between Iran and Spain. Iran lost, but that didn't seem to matter.
Don't ask us to fly migrant children, airlines say  American, United, Frontier and Southwest made the requests after social media posts described groups of terrified, crying children on flights.
Tech companies quietly work with ICE as border crisis continues  The contracts highlight how technology companies are putting their innovations to work with the U.S. government in ways that are often not visible to the public.
Live updates: Trump reverses migrant policy, Hungary passes 'Stop Soros' law  Keep up-to-date with all the breaking news and trending stories from Thursday, June 21
Why Trump was forced to back down on family separation policy  Analysis: For a president who loves to dig in when he's criticized, a stunning about-face.
Euro, migrants, defence: What Macron and Merkel agreed on  Angela Merkel and Emmanuel Macron said they were “opening a new chapter” for the EU on Tuesday after agreeing on deeper integration in several domains, but the details...
Instagram launches long-form video portal  The Facebook-owned app is poised to take on YouTube's vibrant video creator community.
Trump signs executive order to keep immigrant families together  Trump signs executive order to keep immigrant families together
Central America's violence, turmoil keeps driving families to U.S. border  "If my country would be OK ... I would not try to cross," said a mother from El Salvador hoping to cross the U.S. border with her 7-year-old...
'Jurassic World': Paleontologist who inspired Alan Grant role talks real-life dino science  Jack Horner explains dinosaur biology and behavior, and whether one day we could have pet dinos.
European CO2 shortage threatens World Cup beer supplies  A shortage of carbon dioxide gas in Northern Europe has left beer and soft drinks producers struggling to meet demand, according to an industry magazine.
Theresa May heads off Brexit revolt  Pro-Europe MPs accept assurances on meaningful vote
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