Egypt's first democratically elected president Mohamed Morsi, an Islamist who was ousted after one year of divisive rule, died after collapsing in court on Monday, the attorney general said. He was 67.
Egypt former president Morsi dies after collapsing in court
Thirty people were killed late Sunday in a triple suicide bombing in northeast Nigeria, emergency services reported, in an attack bearing the hallmarks of the Boko Haram terrorist group.
Triple suicide bombing kills 30 in NE Nigeria
Iran said on Monday it had exposed a large cyber espionage network it was run by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and that several US spies had been arrested in different countries as the result of this action.
SNSC: Iran dismantles US cyber espionage network
Boeing suffered a fresh setback on the opening of the Paris Airshow on Monday as its engine supplier announced a delay for the US planemaker’s all-new 777X jet while Airbus launched a rival plane aimed at the middle of the market.
Boeing dealt new blow as Airbus launches long-range A321
Chinese President Xi Jinping will make a state visit to North Korea this week, state media announced Monday, as US talks with North Korea on its nuclear program are at an apparent standstill.
State media: Chinese President Xi to visit North Korea
India has identified 151 products that it can export to China instead of the US and benefit from the price advantage thrown up by the retaliatory higher duties slapped by the Xi Jinping government on US products amid the intensifying trade war between the two countries.
India may trade places with US to ship items to China
Demonstrators in Hong Kong gathered Monday outside the office of the city's leader, demanding that she step down for the crisis over a highly unpopular extradition bill.
Protesters demand Hong Kong leader resign
Boris Johnson got a boost in his campaign to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday when one of his former rivals and EU supporter Matt Hancock backed him saying he was almost certain to win the contest.
Johnson gets boost in race to become British PM
Hundreds of thousands of protesters choked Hong Kong's streets for a second straight Sunday in a defiant rebuke of a reviled extradition law, piling pressure on the city's embattled leader who apologized for causing "conflict" but refused to step down.
Hong Kong leader apologizes as massive rally chokes city

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