Gay athlete says uproar over Russian anti-gay laws overblown
Austrian ski jumper Daniela Iraschko-Stolz says protests aren't the best way to criticize Russia's anti-gay propaganda laws -- "I think you can make a statement by jumping well." Deborah Gembara reports.
Now I Get It: World Cup
For the next month billions of people around the world will be talking about one thing: The World Cup. There’s a lot to learn about the popular sport, and hopefully after you watch this video you’ll say, “Now I Get It.”
Stolen Car Collides With Greyhound Bus
A car that collided with a Greyhound bus on an Indiana highway Sunday, killing the car's driver and injuring 19 people on the bus, had just been stolen and was headed in the wrong direction, authorities said. (July 14)
Mexican marines kill eight suspected Los Mazatlecos gang members
Raw: Thousands Celebrate World Cup Win in Berlin
Jubilant German fans gathered in Berlin celebrated as Germany beat Argentina to win its fourth World Cup title on Sunday evening. (July 14)
Militants launch attack on brothel in Iraq, leaving 28 women dead
Restructuring scandal-hit Vatican bank
The Vatican has announced major changes to its economic structures and appointing a new head in a bid to move on after years of scandal surrounding the Vatican bank. Joanna Partridge reports
Interview: Japan economy minister Akira Amari
In an exclusive interview with Reuters' Yonggi Kang, the overseer of Japan's economic revitalization plans discusses the government's timetable for corporate tax cuts and exiting a deflationary slump.
Asia Day Ahead: Rising prices and big ideas in Japan
A policy meeting gives the Bank of Japan a chance to assess progress towards its inflation target, while the tech billionaires will turn out in force for a major SoftBank event. Jon Gordon reports
Violence erupts in Buenos Aires after Germany clinches World Cup
Argentines clash with police after fans go on rampage following Germany's victory in World Cup 2014. Natalie Thomas reports.