SHOCKING: Hindu temple priest hacked to death by suspected Islamists in Bangladesh

A Hindu temple priest was hacked to death in western Bangladesh Friday, police said, the latest in a series of attacks on religious minorities by suspected Islamists.

Spain manager Vicente Del Bosque quits after defending champions fail at Euro 2016

"Without a doubt, I have no intention to remain as coach, but you have to be discreet," Del Bosque said.

Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer, Serena Williams on Friday duty at Wimbledon

Federer is looking to clinch his 150th win on grass courts.

 France says cluster bomb stockpile destroyed ahead of schedule

France has destroyed its entire stockpile of cluster munitions two years ahead of schedule, the government said Thursday, urging other countries to follow suit.

Euro 2016: Shootout win sees Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal into semi-finals

Goalkeeper Rui Patricio and Ricardo Quaresma were Portugal`s heroes in the shootout.

 Italy elected to UNSC for 2017 in deal with Netherlands

The United Nations General Assembly elected Italy to fill the final U.N. Security Council seat for 2017 on Wednesday after voting between Italy and The Netherlands was deadlocked and the pair agreed to split the two-year term on the council.

 S&P cuts EU credit rating after Brexit

Ratings agency Standard and Poor`s cut the credit rating for the European Union by one notch on Thursday saying that the bloc had grown more uncertain after Brexit.

 Teen girl killed in West Bank stabbing is US citizen: State Dept

A 13-year-old girl who was fatally stabbed in her home Thursday by a Palestinian attacker in a Jewish settlement in the West Bank is a US citizen, the State Department said.

 Signs of `healing` ozone layer over Antarctic: Study

The hole in the ozone layer over the Antarctic has begun to shrink, signaling good news for the environment several decades after an international accord to phase out certain pollutants, researchers said Thursday.

 US military lifts ban on transgender personnel

Transgender personnel will no longer be barred from serving openly in the US military, the Pentagon announced Thursday -- a major milestone that immediately attracted criticism.