Mohamed Morsi, Egypt’s first democratically elected president, died in an Egyptian courtroom on Monday, Egyptian state television reported.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, known for his hard-line policies on law and order, began his trip to Japan for the G20 summit on an embarrassing note after a crewman in an advance party was accused of carrying cocaine in his luggage.
France and the United States will soon be on opposite sides of one of the biggest games in the history of women's soccer. [...] But before the World Cup co-favorites were rivals standing in each other's way of advancing to the semifinals, each had help from the other to make Friday night a reality.
Beyond emerging as a rival the U.S. needed, France has been a place to find professional advancement for numerous American players.
And for France, most of all captain Amandine Henry, living and playing amid and alongside her American peers offered a chance to study what sets them apart as three-time world champions. ...
Fortunately, we won't face any of both teams in the final