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Japan is struggling to make sure it has enough English speakers when it hosts the Olympic Games in 2020.
Instead of backing his own party's candidate, Manuel Valls throws his weight behind Emmanuel Macron.
EU regulators block London Stock Exchange's £21bn merger with German stock exchange Deutsche Boerse.
Westinghouse has struggled with losses that have thrown its Japanese parent into a major crisis.
There is little optimism in the European press on the start of Britain's departure from the EU.
The Australian state of Queensland is assessing the extent of the damage caused by the major storm.
A potential investment deal had raised ethical questions for President Trump's son-in-law.
The letter will be delivered to the EU in the next hour, marking formal notice of the UK's exit.
Eleven Asian elephants manage to drag themselves clear of a muddy hole in Cambodia.
This is the first time a monster truck driver has completed a front flip in the sport's history.
The president is accused of "ignoring basic science" as public campaigns and court cases are planned.
The Oscar winner says she "couldn't live there" as she condemns the pressure on actresses to be thin.
The juvenile shark was not dangerous but it surprised swimmers in Sydney's far north.
The US women's ice hockey team settle a long-running equal pay dispute and call off their boycott of the forthcoming US-hosted world championships.
According to a new survey, nearly half of British dog and cat owners let their animals sleep on their bed.
Sale Sharks winger Denny Solomona declares himself available for England after completing his three-year residency.
After the Note 7 fiasco, Samsung's latest launch could be a make or break moment.
A 1,300km (800 miles) area is at dangerous risk of flooding after Cyclone Debbie, authorities warn.
The bodies of a US man and a Swedish woman are found two weeks after they were abducted.
Environmentalists warn Mr Trump's order will have serious consequences at home and abroad.