The 2016 Summer Olympic games in Rio move into the Day 4. American athletes have claimed the most medals, 19. China is in second place with 13 medals. Japan and Russia each have 10.
A Kenyan court deported five Taiwanese nationals to China instead of Taiwan, a country with which Kenya has no diplomatic relations.
Despite a history of enacting religious and conservative policies, Turkish President Tayyip Erdoğan has invoked the spirit of the secularist Turkish leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, in an attempt to unify the country after the July 15th coup attempt.
Former Prime Minister David Cameron is being accused of 'cronyism' for awarding high honors to political allies who were part of the 'Remain' campaign. Along with Cameron, they were unable to prevent Britain's vote to leave the EU.
After a barrage of hateful, racist, and misogynistic tweets nearly drove Leslie Jones off Twitter for good, the comedian has returned with a series of live tweets hailed as the best Olympic commentary for non-sports fans.
Michael Phelps's very presence at the Summer Games is record-breaking, but the American swimmer just proved he's much more than a nominal contender.
Highlights of Day 3 include the men's gymnastics team final, a history-making fencing performance by Ibtihaj Muhammad, and the first-ever Olympic gold medal for women's rugby sevens.
Iranian officials say the nuclear scientist, who claimed he was abducted by the CIA while on pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, was convicted of spying. The trial was conducted in secret.
China said South Korea is to blame for the regional instability, but South Korea's presidential office said China should do more to curb North Korea's provocations.
At least 5,000 people are in urgent need of food and water, Macedonian authorities say, and over 1,000 people have been evacuated from the country's capital.