Protesters flood Hong Kong streets over a proposed extradition bill, despite the bill being suspended.
Thousands of people marched in Hong Kong on Sunday against a controversial extradition bill.
All of Argentina and Uruguay are without power, supplier says, affecting about 48m people.
Sara Netanyahu is fined $12,490 (£9,917) after being convicted of misusing state funds for meals.
Fodor's Travel compared "wildly romantic Catholic murals" to "workmanlike efforts" in Protestant areas.
The US president's comments come after three men die in five attacks within 24 hours in London.
Iran has denied any involvement in Thursday's attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman.
The first Mass has been held at Notre-Dame cathedral since the devastating fire in April.
No explanation has been given for the shut downs but they coincide with nationwide exams.
The baseball legend's jersey becomes the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia ever sold.
Maurizio Sarri leaves Chelsea to take over at Italian champions Juventus after one season in charge of the Premier League club.
With two of the main candidates barred from running, Guatemala's presidential election is in disarray.
Ginger Spice says she regrets leaving the band at the height of their fame, as their reunion tour ends.
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