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Trump critic Liz Cheney loses Republican primary
Election conspiracy theorist Harriet Hageman's rout of Cheney was a testament to former President Donald Trump's influence in the US Republican Party.

Opinion: Keep out! No more tourist visas for Russians during wartime
On this question, the EU countries are doing what they do best: acting inconsistently. They need to adopt a clear, consistent policy on the bans — and on some exceptions, says DW's Miodrag Soric.

Elon Musk 'not buying any sports teams' after claiming to take over Manchester United
Manchester United fans have demanded new ownership after a string of poor performances. But after tweeting he was buying the team, billionaire Elon Musk said it was nothing more than a "long-running joke on Twitter."

Cuba to allow foreign investment in wholesale and retail trade
For the first time since Fidel Castro's 1959 revolution, Cuba plans to allow some foreign investment in local wholesale and retail trade.

Brazil: Bolsonaro and Lula officially kick off presidential campaign
Far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro and his left-leaning challenger Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva have officially launched their campaigns for Brazil's most polarized presidential election in decades.

Zimbabwe: Measles outbreak leaves more than 150 children dead
Government says 157 children have died as the total number of suspected cases nationwide has doubled in four days. All of those who died had not been vaccinated against measles according to officials.

Poland says Berlin and Paris running EU as an 'oligarchy'
The Polish prime minister has accused Berlin and Paris of not listening enough to less powerful EU member states. Mateusz Morawiecki said the threat of imperialism in the EU needed to be fought like Russian imperialism.

India: Outrage as rapists of Muslim woman freed
11 Hindu men given life sentences for raping a Muslim woman in 2002 and killing seven of her family have been released from prison. The rape took place during riots in Gujarat state, led at the time by Narendra Modi.

How Spain is coping with the heat
Conserving water, creating shade, setting up climate shelters — Spain is trying to make this year's heatwave bearable.

10 years since South Africa's Marikana massacre
A decade after 34 striking miners were gunned down by police in Marikana, South Africa, most of the victims and their families complain that nobody has been prosecuted, nor have they been compensated.

To solve economic woes, Egypt turns off city street lights, lowers air conditioning
Egypt has introduced new austerity measures to aid its weak economy. The government wants to take the natural gas locals don't use and sell it at higher prices. It's a simple solution but experts doubt it can work.

Kenya: Odinga pledges to challenge election loss
Presidential candidate Raila Odinga said he was looking into means of challenging official results of the Kenyan vote, which show him losing to William Ruto. Several election commissioners refused to verify the outcome.

Climate-related drought and flooding in Ethiopia
One part of Ethiopia is facing the worst drought in four decades and another is hit by flooding. Millions of people are at risk as climate change causes too much, and too little, rain.