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25 May
Liverpool's Belgium striker Divock Origi has backed Juergen Klopp's side to challenge on all fronts next season and learn from the bitter disappointment of losing two finals this season.
25 May
Radio Free Europe journalist Khadija Ismayilova has been freed from jail in Azerbaijan on Wednesday after the country's Supreme Court amended her imprisonment to 3 1/2 years of suspended sentence.
25 May
Kenya's main opposition coalition said on Wednesday it would suspend its weekly protests against the election commission to give calls for dialogue a chance.
25 May
U.S.-backed Syrian militias are not preparing an assault on Islamic State's de facto Syrian capital of Raqqa at present, a militia spokesman said, indicating the limited scope of a new offensive in nearby areas where fighting raged on Wednesday.
25 May
The discovery of what is believed to be part of the world's oldest axe is giving scientists an insight into the innovation and adaptation of Stone Age settlers in western Australia.
25 May
Donald Trump would be "highly unlikely" to be able to renegotiate the global accord on climate change if elected U.S. president, the U.N.'s climate chief said on Wednesday, as doing so would require the agreement of 195 countries.
25 May
At 9.45 a.m. each day, more than 1,000 Indian Runner ducks are released for the first of two sorties at South Africa’s Vergenoegd vineyard in Stellenbosch.
25 May
The European Commission will examine the terms of use of web platforms such as Google, Amazon and Apple Inc's App Store for businesses to decide whether further regulation is needed to curb possible unfair practices.
25 May
Brazil's Supreme Court accepted a plea bargain agreement with an ex-senator at the centre of a political uproar that cost the Planning Minister his job on Monday, O Estado de S. Paulo reported on Wednesday.
25 May
Jose Mourinho will bring attacking flair back to Manchester United, having learnt from the mistakes of Louis van Gaal, the club's former midfielder Paul Scholes has said.
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