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EU must act quickly due to 'gravity' of Brexit: Italian PM

 Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. (Photo: AP)

If everything is limited to negotiations about procedures, we will lose sight of what has occurred, says Matteo Renzi.

Portugal defeated Croatia to set up a Euro 2016 quarter-final


Portugal forward Ricardo Quaresma celebrates after scoring against Croatia at the Bollaert-Delelis Stadium in Lens on Sunday. (Photo: AFP)

Euro 2016: Wales cruise


Wales forward Gareth Bale plays with his daughter Alba Viola after the win over Northern Ireland at the Parc des Princes Stadium in Paris. (Photo: AFP)

Euro 2016: Griezmann is French toast


France forward Antoine Griezmann celebrates his goal in the pre-quarter-final match against Republic of Ireland in Lyon on Sunday. (Photo: AFP)

Copa America: Colombia down US to grab third spot


Colombia’s Santiago Arias (left) and Alejandro Bedoya of the United States vie for the ball in their Copa America Centenario third-place match at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California, on Saturday. (Photo: AP)

New York Times fashion photographer dies at 87

Bill Cunningham

Legendary New York Times fashion photographer Bill Cunn-ingham died Saturday, according to the paper where he worked for nearly 40 years.

Major turmoil hits Labour, Jeremy Corbyn faces revolt

Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn faced a revolt on Sunday over his handling of Britain’s EU referendum as eight members of his top team resigned and others seemed set to follow.

Mitchell Marsh powers Aussies to Tri-Nation win

Mitchell Marsh's all-round performance (32 runs and three wickets) played a big part in Australia's win against West Indies.

Steve Smith-led side defeated hosts West Indies by 58 runs to win the final.

Philippines' Duterte says wants death penalty for revenge

Rodrigo Duterte

Duterte said European ambassadors were also among those who had expressed concern over the death penalty and extrajudicial killings.

One fifth of British businesses may move operations abroad


More than a third of IoD members said the referendum vote will cause them to cut investment.

Don’t knock a man when he is down” is an excellent maxim, and that must be the only reason that the knives are not out for Britain’s Prime Minister, David Cameron.

Was it complacency? Or did so many of us just not imagine this could possibly happen? For Londoners Brexit bore specially bad tidings, as they had voted to “Remain”.