Sport

Offer made for iconic stadium amid reported NFL interest

It's the home of English football and one of the most iconic venues in world sport — and it could be about to get new American owners.

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    Djokovic suffers shock defeat to world No. 140

    Novak Djokovic suffered another setback in his attempt to return to form, losing 6-2 1-6 6-3 to world No. 140 Martin Klizan in the second round of the Barcelona Open.

      Africa

      Is Mo Salah the best player in the world?

      Former Liverpool great Steven Gerrard has described the Reds' current tallisman Mo Salah as the best player in the world - but how does he compare to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo?

        World

        Indian guru gets life sentence

        An Indian court has sentenced self-proclaimed Indian spiritual guru Asaram Bapu to life imprisonment for raping a 16-year-old girl in 2013.

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          Australia's forgotten indigenous World War II veterans

          Almost every able-bodied Indigenous man throughout Australia's Torres Strait Islands signed up to defend their country against the threat of invasion during World War II, despite not being recognized as citizens.

            World

            Van strikes pedestrians on busy Toronto street

            At least ten people are dead and 15 are injured after a van collided with pedestrians on a busy street north of downtown Toronto.

              World

              Toronto witness: Victim died in my arms

              Diego DeMatos witnessed the Toronto van collision that killed nine people and tells CNN's Erin Burnett that a victim he stopped to help died while he was attempting to perform CPR.

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                Video appears to show police standoff with suspect

                Witness video appears to show an individual in a standoff with police near the scene where a van struck pedestrians in Toronto.

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                  Witness: I saw a stroller in the air

                  A witness who saw a van run over pedestrians in Toronto described the scene and said he saw a stroller that flew up in the air from impact.

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                    Van strikes multiple pedestrians in Toronto, police say

                    A white van collided with numerous pedestrians in Toronto, Canada, on Monday, Toronto Police said.

                      United States

                      Iran warns against canceling nuke deal

                      Iran's foreign minister warned that President Donald Trump's threats to pull out of the Iran nuclear agreement send a "very dangerous message" about the wisdom of negotiating a deal with the United States.

                        Africa

                        Why Kenya is having a record revival

                        Inside a record store in Kenyatta market, Nairobi, crate-digging enthusiasts search for African music gems. At stall 570 vinyl culture is thriving.

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                          It's not just the oceans: Microplastic pollution is all around us

                          Chances are you've seen the photos of dead seabirds, their stomachs filled with scraps of plastic foraged from beaches and oceans around the world.

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                            The highest church tower in Holland is chiming out Avicii's songs

                            In a tribute to the late Swedish artist Avicii, a town in the Netherlands played some of his most popular songs with its bell tower on Saturday morning.

                              Politics

                              Read a love letter George H.W. Bush sent to Barbara Bush during World War II

                              In 1943, George H.W. Bush was more than 40 years away from becoming the 41st President of the United States. He was 19 and serving in the Navy during World War II. He was also deeply in love with his fiancee, Ms. Barbara Pierce, who would go on to be a be

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                                Kenya leader: Gay rights not important

                                In an interview with Christiane Amanpour, President Uhuru Kenyatta claims that homosexuality is not an issue of human rights, but rather of "our own base as a culture."

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                                  WWII bomb disposal to disrupt central Berlin

                                  The disposal of an unexploded World War II bomb will bring disruption Friday to Berlin as police attempt to defuse the 500-kilogram (1,100-pound) explosive.

                                    World

                                    The challenges facing Cuba's likely new leader

                                    CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports on the man expected to be the next leader of Cuba, Miguel Diaz-Canel, and the challenges facing the country.

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                                      2016 heat wave killed 30% of the Great Barrier Reef

                                      Marine heat waves caused by global warming are killing off the corals of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest reef system, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Nature.

                                        World

                                        Cuba prepares for the end of the Castro era

                                        For the first time in the lives of most Cubans, a man not named Castro is set to take over the leadership of the Communist-run island nation. CNN's Patrick Oppmann reports.

                                          Asia

                                          What's bringing Kim Jong Un to the table

                                          North Korea's relationship with the world seems to be changing for the better. But how did we get here?

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                                            Man's second face transplant is a world first

                                            A man in Paris with a genetic disorder called neurofibromatosis has become the world's first to successfully receive two facial transplants.

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                                              More than 95% of world's population breathing unhealthy air

                                              More than 95% of the world's population is breathing unhealthy air and the poorest nations are the hardest hit, a new report has found.

                                                Sport

                                                Rat race escapees learn hard lessons on maiden voyage

                                                "I just need to sit under a tree for a while."

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                                                  US-led strike raises questions about what's next in Syria strategy

                                                  The US-led attack on alleged Syrian chemical weapons facilities raised a question around the world: What next?

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                                                    Scientists hope new enzyme will 'eat' plastic pollution

                                                    Scientists have accidentally developed a plastic-eating enzyme that may be used to combat one of the world's worst pollution problems.

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