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An eastern black rhinoceros named Kapuki has given birth to a calf at Chicago’s Lincoln Park Zoo.
The London markets rose as investor sentiment was buoyed as trade tensions between the US and China appeared to ease.
A Polish mother who gave birth to sextuplets has visited her babies who doctors say are doing fine.
Metro Bank staved off calls from advisory bodies to reject founder Vernon Hill’s election at its annual general meeting (AGM), but shareholders raised their frustrations over executive pay.
Ukraine’s new president has ordered the dissolution of the nation’s parliament and called a snap election in two months.
Former White House aide Don McGahn has been told he will be held in contempt of the US Congress after failing to appear in front of the House Judiciary Committee.
A Sherpa mountaineer has extended his record for successful climbs of Mount Everest with his 24th ascent of the world’s highest peak.
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz faces a no-confidence vote in parliament next week after his governing coalition collapsed over a corruption scandal.
Inflation is expected to have jumped higher in April as a hike in the energy price cap came into effect.
Most global stock markets rose after the US government issued a 90-day grace period on its order to bar US firms from selling to Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
An amateur photographer’s remarkable pictures have captured the moment a bolt of lightning struck during a heavy storm in the Philippines.
Jamie’s Italian is the latest in a string of casual dining brands to suffer from a devastating couple of years for the sector.
A former White House aide is defying a request to testify before the US Congress.
Elle Fanning says she fainted at a Cannes Film Festival dinner because her dress was too tight.
Jailed Catalan politicians have taken their seats in Spain’s parliament after being released from pre-trial detention for the occasion.
British pork giant Cranswick has reported a surge in exports after African swine fever decimated pig herds in far east Asia.