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Rescuers are trying to reach 35 construction workers who have been buried under a landslide in China's Fujian province, state media report.
Australians will go to the polls on 2 July after the longest campaign in the country's history, as PM Malcolm Turnbull calls a national election.
Mexico's Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez knocks out Britain's Amir Khan in the sixth round of his WBC middleweight title fight in Las Vegas.
Protesters have demonstrated in Athens against controversial reforms to taxation and state pensions.
An American regional flight is delayed after a woman called security because the passenger next to her was working on a maths equation.
A 16th-Century mosque in Bosnia which was destroyed by Serb forces during the war of the 1990s has reopened.
Amid a display of mass unity and obedience, North Korea is holding a Workers Party Congress - its first in almost 40 years.
The third International Highline Tightrope Walking Tournament has been taking place in eastern China.
Tens of thousands of people in Poland have demonstrated against the policies of the government, which took office seven months ago.