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Microsoft and TikTok talks continue after Trump call
The firm said it has talked with President Trump about buying the Chinese app's US business.
Whale shark 'crushes' tourist in Australia
The woman is in a "serious but stable condition" after being hit by the whale during a group swim.
Coronavirus: Iran cover-up of deaths revealed by data leak
Nearly three times more people died than Iran's government admitted, records seen by the BBC show.
Genoa readies new bridge two years after tragic collapse
Renowned architect Renzo Piano says his replacement for the Morandi bridge "is born of tragedy".
Islamic State group claims deadly attack on Afghanistan prison
The government says hundreds of prisoners tried to escape amid the chaos of the gun and bomb attack.
Leon Fleisher: Pianist who battled hand condition dies at 92
The renowned pianist spent a large part of his career focused on music written for the left hand.
China sends first Covid-19 medical testing team to Hong Kong
Local councillors fear China could use the trip to collect DNA samples for surveillance purposes.
Nasa SpaceX crew return: Dragon capsule splashes down
The SpaceX capsule touches down off Florida, in the first crewed US water landing in 45 years.
Apple Fire: Massive California wildfire forces evacuations
Around 7,800 people are told to leave their homes in southern California because of the fire.
Mexico crime: Mexican police seize alleged oil theft crime boss The Sledgehammer
"The Sledgehammer" is caught after releasing a bizarre, tearful video declaring war on security forces.