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BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) - A spirited England ended India's unbeaten run in the Cricket World Cup with a 31-run victory in a high-scoring group match to boost their semi-final prospects on Sunday.
KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Thousands of protesters marched towards Sudan's defence ministry on Sunday demanding the ruling military hand over power to civilians, as security forces fired shots into the air.
ISMAILIA, Egypt (Reuters) - If Clarence Seedorf was not already aware of the high expectations surrounding his Cameroon team before the Africa Cup of Nations, he certainly will be following their first two matches.
KABUL (Reuters) - Taliban suicide bombers killed at least 19 people in an attack on a government office on Saturday night, officials said, in the latest episode of violence in Afghanistan as peace talks continue to end the war.
ATARIB, Syria (Reuters) - Away from the frontlines, volunteers are helping in the war against President Bashar al-Assad by cooking, filling sandbags, collecting old tyres and digging trenches, aiming to help ward off his assault on northwestern Syria.
TIRANA (Reuters) - Voting in Albanian mayoral elections that opposition parties are boycotting began calmly on Sunday after Western countries warned against violence, although some abstainers mocked those who were casting a vote with songs from the country's communist past.
TAINAN, Taiwan (Reuters) - Kitty Wong and Adolf Yim, both from Hong Kong, are finalising work on a hostel in Taiwan's southern city of Tainan that they hope will open its doors to holiday-makers next month.
SEOUL (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump held talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between the two Koreas on Sunday, the third meeting between the two leaders in just over a year.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of people paraded through the streets of Mexico City on Saturday to celebrate the capital's growing role as a beacon of tolerance for migrants fleeing persecution for their gender and sexuality in Latin America.
SALVADOR, Brazil (Reuters) - Luis Suarez broke down in tears after his shootout miss saw Uruguay dumped out of the Copa America by unfancied Peru on Saturday, the 15 times champions losing 5-4 on penalties after having three goals ruled out in a scoreless draw.