26 June 2017
Updated 03:30

Kvitova looking to Wimbledon after comeback title

Czech Republic's Petra Kvitova reacts during her tennis match against US Bethanie Mattek-Sands at the Roland Garros 2017 French Open on May 31, 2017 in Paris

Petra Kvitova said on Sunday that coming back from a set down to win her first title since suffering a career-threatening injury has given her added confidence ahead of Wimbledon, which starts on July 3.

Germany's forward Timo Werner controls the ball during the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup group B football match against Cameroon at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi on June 25, 2017

Germany's forward Timo Werner controls the ball during the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup group B football match against Cameroon at the Fisht Stadium in Sochi on June 25, 2017

Loew relishes Mexico test at Confederations Cup

Germany's Joachim Loew said he is looking forward to facing Mexico on Thursday in the Confederations Cup semi-finals after the world champions pipped Chile to top spot in Group B.

After Ostapenko, Sevastova strikes another blow for Latvia

Latvia's Anastasija Sevastova returns the ball to Croatia's Petra Martic during their tennis match at the Roland Garros 2017 French Open on June 4, 2017 in Paris

Anastasija Sevastova won her first trophy since 2010 on Sunday when she captured the Mallorca Open, becoming the second Latvian in two weeks to clinch a title after Jelena Ostapenko's Roland Garros triumph.

Class Ultim trimaran "Team Actual" of French skipper Yves Le Blevec and British cruise ship Queen Mary 2 take the start of "The Bridge 2017" transatlantic race on June 25, 2017 from the French western port city of Saint-Nazaire

Class Ultim trimaran "Team Actual" of French skipper Yves Le Blevec and British cruise ship Queen Mary 2 take the start of "The Bridge 2017" transatlantic race on June 25, 2017 from the French western port city of Saint-Nazaire

High emotion as Queen Mary 2, four trimarans race to New York

Four high-tech trimarans, made purely for racing speed, and the Queen Mary 2, built soley for luxury, set off for New York on Sunday, the centrepiece of celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of the arrival of US troops in Europe to fight in World War I.

New York's gay pride march: anti-Trump but also pro-fun

Many marchers at this year's Gay Pride parade in New York carried posters expressing disdain for President Donald Trump's policies and priorities, notably the effort to roll back the Obamacare health reforms and moves to curtail the rights of transse

Tens of thousands of marchers paraded through New York streets Sunday in a huge Gay Pride parade, with many proudly carrying rainbow flags or waving virulently anti-Trump signs.

The Old City of Mosul has been reduced to street after street of crumbling facades and mounds of rubble

The Old City of Mosul has been reduced to street after street of crumbling facades and mounds of rubble

The stench of death rises over Mosul's Old City

Devastated buildings, piles of rubble and putrid corpses of jihadists: apocalyptic scenes unfold in the Old City of Mosul where Iraqi forces are battling the last Islamic State group fighters.

Coleman cruises, Lyles out at US world team trials

Christian Coleman runs in the opening round of the Men's 200 Meter during Day 3 of the 2017 USA Track & Field Championships at Hornet Satdium on June 24, 2017 in Sacramento, California

Christian Coleman blasted into the final of the 200m at the US world championships trials on Sunday as rising star Noah Lyles saw his World Championship hopes end in injury.

Scott Dixon, driver of the #9 NTT Data Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, took his first victory for the Verizon IndyCar Series campaign on June 25, 2017

Scott Dixon, driver of the #9 NTT Data Chip Ganassi Racing Honda, took his first victory for the Verizon IndyCar Series campaign on June 25, 2017

Dixon stretches IndyCar lead with Road America win

New Zealand's Scott Dixon stretched his IndyCar season points lead Sunday by taking his first victory of the campaign, holding off Josef Newgarden to win the Road America Grand Prix.

Rahane century, Kohli assault as India make 310-5

India's Ajinkya Rahane plays a shot during the second One Day International (ODI) match between West Indies and India at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad, on June 25, 2017.

Ajinkya Rahane’s third hundred and a blistering assault by captain Virat Kohli lifted India to a formidable 310 for five against the West Indies in the second one-day international at the Queen’s Park Oval in Trinidad on Sunday.

Mongolian presidential election candidate Ganbaatar Sainkhuu gives a speech during a rally in Ulan Bator

Mongolian presidential election candidate Ganbaatar Sainkhuu gives a speech during a rally in Ulan Bator

Weary Mongolians to vote after 'dark' campaigns

Mongolians head to the polls on Monday to choose between a horse breeder, a judoka and a feng shui master after a presidential campaign rife with corruption scandals and nationalist rhetoric.

US sets Gold Cup lineup with eye on World Cup

Matt Besler of the United States kicks the ball against Giovani Dos Santos of Mexico in the second half during the FIFA 2018 World Cup Qualifier  November 11, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio

US national team coach Bruce Arena named a 23-player roster Sunday for next month's Gold Cup, using the North American championship to evaluate talent for next year's World Cup.

A miner waits for news during search operations at the illegal coal mine in the town of Cucunuba, central Colombia

A miner waits for news during search operations at the illegal coal mine in the town of Cucunuba, central Colombia

Colombia: Final death toll put at 13 in mine explosion

Colombian authorities on Sunday put the final death toll at 13 in an explosion Friday at an illegal coal mine in the center of the country.

UK fire fears continue as 60 buildings deemed unsafe

Camden council head Georgia Gould (R) talks to local residents about re-housing concerns. Thousands have been evacuated from 650 London flats due to safety fears following the Grenfell Tower fire, edy, but dozens refused to leave their homes

The fallout from London's devastating tower block fire continued on Sunday as the government announced 60 high-rises have failed safety tests, while authorities struggle to evacuate some residents.

Tight security in Le Bourget owing to an ongoing state of emergency in the wake of several terror attacks in France in the past 18 months saw the number of visitors to the Paris Air Show slide compared with the last edition two years ago

Tight security in Le Bourget owing to an ongoing state of emergency in the wake of several terror attacks in France in the past 18 months saw the number of visitors to the Paris Air Show slide compared with the last edition two years ago

Visitor numbers down but Paris Air Show was 'good vintage'

This year's Paris Air Show at Le Bourget has proved a "good vintage" with orders up 13 percent though fewer visitors showed up, organisers said as the event wound down Sunday.

New Zealand stretch lead over USA with another America's Cup win

Emirates Team New Zealand races against Oracle Team USA in the Great Sound during the 35th America's Cup June 24, 2017 in Hamilton, Bermuda

Emirates Team New Zealand reasserted their dominance in the America's Cup on Sunday, stretching their lead to 5-1 over defenders Oracle Team USA with a victory in the first of the day's two races.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani holds a press conference in Tehran on May 22, 2017

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani holds a press conference in Tehran on May 22, 2017

Iran seeks stronger ties with Qatar: Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday said his country wants to bolster ties with Qatar and rejected a Saudi-led blockade of the Gulf Arab emirate.

Stroll climbs podium, ignores critics' 'noise'

Third placed Williams' Canadian driver Lance Stroll celebrates on the podium after the Formula One Azerbaijan Grand Prix at the Baku City Circuit in Baku on June 25, 2017

Lance Stroll became only the second teenager in Formula One history to record a podium finish when he marked his rookie season with his maiden third place in Sunday’s wild Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

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2024 Olympics, Paris believes and the Seine turns into an immense sports field

The champions of French sports have been challenged in an unprecedented race on a floating athletics track in the center of the Seine. An event organized to promote the city's candidacy at Olympia in 2024. Among the participants, Teddy Riner, two-time Olympic champion of judo.

Stunning «southern lights» illuminate night sky above New Zealand

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Bloody London, flowers and messages: the London lament

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Real Madrid fans celebrate the Champions League victory

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Japan, launched in orbit the H-20 rocket

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Life & Style

Actor Russell Crowe will chair a jury to decide the best Asian production at Australia's annual film awards this year

Actor Russell Crowe will chair a jury to decide the best Asian production at Australia's annual film awards this year

Russell Crowe to lead new Asian film jury in Australia

Hollywood star Russell Crowe will chair a jury to decide the best Asian production at Australia's annual film awards this year, which will recognise excellence in Asian movie-making for the first time.

Violinist shines new spotlight on Australia nuclear tests

The name Maralinga brings blank stares from most people, the melodic word hardly indicative of what happened in that isolated stretch of Australia -- secret nuclear tests by Britain.

Paris «love locks» sale raises thousands for refugees

A charity auction selling off «love locks» from Paris bridges to raise money for refugees on Saturday brought in over $270,000, though the event was briefly interrupted by protests from far-right nationalists.

Sports

Italy fought back magnificently to trail by one point with just four minutes left before the Wallabies scored two last-ditch tries to claim an unconvincing 40-27 win over the Six Nations strugglers in Brisbane on Saturday

Italy fought back magnificently to trail by one point with just four minutes left before the Wallabies scored two last-ditch tries to claim an unconvincing 40-27 win over the Six Nations strugglers in Brisbane on Saturday

Italy close to being competitive RugbyU force - O'Shea

Italy coach Conor O'Shea says he's gutted to come so close to upsetting Australia but proud of the strides the Azzurri have made to become a competitive rugby force.

Brave Lozano heads Mexico into Confed Cup football semis

Hirving Lozano's courageous second-half header sealed Mexico's 2-1 comeback win over 10-man Russia on Saturday and fired them into the Confederations Cup semi-finals.

Usain Bolt's Jamaica perfects art of developing sprinters

When Usain Bolt hangs up his running spikes after the World Championships in August, the athletics world will bid farewell to arguably the greatest sprinter the sport has ever seen.

SciTech

People queue outside the Apple store in Singapore's Orchard shopping district on its opening day, on May 27, 2017

People queue outside the Apple store in Singapore's Orchard shopping district on its opening day, on May 27, 2017

Apple opens first official store in Southeast Asia

Apple opened its first Southeast Asia store in Singapore on Saturday, drawing hundreds of excited fans to the swanky two-storey site in the city's upmarket shopping district.

Ransomware, the weapon wielded in cyber attacks

A software that demands a ransom was the weapon of choice used in a wave of unprecedented global cyber attacks Friday that affected 130,000 systems in more than 100 countries.

US drone back on Earth after nearly two years in space

After a nearly two-year sojourn in space, the US military drone X-37 B is back on Earth, fueling wild ideas about its mystery mission.

Health

Brett Hartman gives his dogs Cayley, a six-year-old-Labrador Retriever drops of a cannabis based medicinal tincture to treat hip pain and anxiety

Brett Hartman gives his dogs Cayley, a six-year-old-Labrador Retriever drops of a cannabis based medicinal tincture to treat hip pain and anxiety

Medical marijuana woos four-legged fans

It's early morning, just after breakfast, and six-year-old Cayley is wide awake, eagerly anticipating her daily dose of cannabis.

Indian doctors defend 500kg Egyptian's weight loss amid row

Indian doctors on Tuesday angrily rejected claims that they had lied about the amount of weight an Egyptian once believed to be the world's heaviest woman had lost following surgery.

First large-scale malaria vaccine trials for Africa

A new malaria vaccine will be tested on a large scale in Kenya, Ghana and Malawi, the World Health Organization said Monday, with 360,000 children to be vaccinated between 2018 and 2020.