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Roger Federer wins record 8th Wimbledon title

"It's magical, really. I can't believe it yet," Federer says

Macron says his charm offensive may soften Trump’s climate stance

After a tense handshake at their first meeting in May, Macron said they gained "better, intimate knowledge of each other" during Mr. Trump's recent visit to Paris

Ryan Lochte cleared by Brazil court

The court said the swimmer's robbery claim made to NBC did not constitute filing a false report

Turkish president joins march commemorating 1-year anniversary of failed coup

Turkish soldiers attempted to overthrow the government and the president using tanks, warplanes and helicopters on July 15, 2016

Maryam Mirzakhani, first woman to win mathematics Fields Medal, dies at 40

Mirzakhani was a professor at Stanford University and the only woman to win the Fields Medal in mathematics

Former President Jimmy Carter released from hospital

Former President Carter was discharged Friday morning from St. Boniface General Hospital where he was treated for dehydration

Deadly attack on tourists at Egyptian Red Sea resort

Six foreign nationals stabbed, two reportedly killed by man who was quickly taken into custody

Man released on bail describes “chaos” before U.S. tourist’s death

"I am happy to be home," Nenad Jovanovic says, adding that he was "at the wrong place at the wrong time"

2 Uber drivers charged with rape in same city in a week

Police say 37-year-old man driving for Uber raped 16-year-old passenger in his car

Should popular jet-watching spot be closed after tourist’s death?

A New Zealand woman was killed in St. Maarten when the air blast from a plane threw her against a concrete wall

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Urbanization changes shape of mosquitoes’ wings

Research shows that rapid urbanization in São Paulo City, Brazil, is influencing wing morphology in the mosquitoes that transmit dengue and malaria.

No-deal Brexit ‘means hard border’ – European Commission

No deal makes hard border obvious, says EC spokesman, but Irish government calls that unacceptable. Source: BBC

How sex pheromones diversify: Lessons from yeast

What happens to sex pheromones as new species emerge? New research studies sex pheromones in the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe, revealing an 'asymmetric' pheromone recognition system in which one pheromone operates extremely stringently whereas the other pheromone is free to undergo a certain degree of diversification, perhaps leading to a first step towards speciation.