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"Not on my watch," says the US president, as his administration defends its immigration crackdown.
The US rapper XXXTentacion, who topped the charts as he faced domestic violence charges, has been killed aged 20.
Wall Street joins European markets in closing lower as trade tensions and political worries in Germany hang over shares.
Donald Trump said the "sixth branch" of the military would be good for national security and jobs.
A Walmart shopper in Washington state fatally shot a carjacker after he had shot a driver on Sunday.
Harry Kane's stoppage-time winner ensures England started their World Cup campaign with victory after Tunisia threaten to snatch a point.
A bronze statue of Cristiano Ronaldo that left football fans scratching their heads is replaced.
A ranger who caught a rock python in West Bengal was almost strangled by it as he posed for photos.
Thomas Markle says he is upset about being "a footnote to the greatest moment in history".
Ali Omar Ader was lured to Canada to be tried for his role in journalist Amanda Lindhout's kidnap.
Gonen Segev was allegedly recruited as an agent by Israel's arch-enemy Iran while he lived in Nigeria.
The jailed Rwandan politician's family says the auction and charges against her are political.

BBC Business

Wall Street joins European markets in closing lower as trade tensions and political worries in Germany hang over shares.
The accounting industry regulator slams the deteriorating quality of KPMG's auditing of UK firms.
There was a danger that Rupert Stadler could seek to suppress evidence, prosecutors say.
The combined group will be the UK's sixth-largest bank, with about six million customers.
A weekend flight from Dublin to Ibiza had to be diverted to Paris as three passengers became disruptive.
France threatens to take the unusual step of fining General Electric for not creating jobs.
The US plans to impose tariffs on Chinese goods draw mocking criticism from the state news agency.
Michael Morris' actress wife posts dramatic footage of this week's incident in Los Angeles.
They are accused of "moral harassment" following a spate of suicides among staff in the late 2000s.
Elizabeth Holmes is charged with fraud over claims made for blood tests her company developed.
The merger of the two giants could shake up the US media scene for years to come.
The tech giant's new reports reveals that fewer than 30% of its global staff are women.

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