Britney Spears' manager resigns after 25 yearsBy BBC
The man who has guided Britney Spears' career for the last 25 years is stepping down as her manager.
US left Bagram at night with no notice, Afghans sayBy BBC
The US military left Bagram Airfield - its key base in Afghanistan - in the dead of night without notifying the Afghans, the base's new commander said.
Germany lifts ban on tourists from Nepal and other four countriesBy BBC
The restrictions, which also applied to people from Portugal, Russia, India and Nepal, will be relaxed from Wednesday. Visitors who are fully vaccinated will also not be required to quarantine.
Xi calls for expanding consensus, cooperation with Europe in virtual summit with French, German leadersBy The Rising Nepal
China and Europe have engaged in cooperation based on the principles of mutual respect and seeking common ground while shelving differences, Xi said, adding the China-EU comprehensive strategic partnership is where the greatest common denominators converge.
Demolition widens search at condo site, but storms threatenBy The Rising Nepal
Rescuers searched through fresh rubble Monday after the last of the collapsed Florida condo building was demolished, which allowed crews into previously inaccessible places, including bedrooms where people were believed to be sleeping at the time of the disaster, officials said.
Xi to attend CPC and World Political Parties SummitBy The Rising Nepal
The theme of the summit is "For the People's Wellbeing: the Responsibility of Political Parties," Hu said. More than 500 leaders of political parties and political organizations from 160-plus countries, and over 10,000 party representatives will attend the summit.
80 people feared missing in deadly 'tsunami' mudslide in central JapanBy The Rising Nepal
Japanese rescue workers continued to search for survivors Monday, two days after a devastating "tsunami" of mud swept through a coastal city, killing at least three people and leaving 80 feared missing.
Boris Johnson to set out England's final Covid lockdown easingBy The Rising Nepal
PM Boris Johnson is expected to confirm later he is confident the majority of the remaining Covid restrictions in England can be lifted from 19 July.
Indonesia faces oxygen crisis amid worsening Covid surgeBy BBC
Indonesia's government has ordered producers to prioritise medical oxygen amid a Covid surge and a shortage of oxygen in a number of cities.
Astronomy Photo Competition shortlist revealed (Photo Feature)By BBC
The Royal Observatory Greenwich's 13th Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition has announced its shortlist of extraordinary celestial scenes. The shortlisted photographers captured sights from across our Solar System, galaxy and the wider Universe.
Biden says U.S. has made good progress vs. virusBy The Rising Nepal
President Joe Biden says the American people are closer than ever to declaring independence from a deadly virus.
World's highest hotel opens in ChinaBy The Rising Nepal
The J Hotel Shanghai Tower, which opened on June 19, isn't just another high-end property. It claims to be the highest hotel in the world. The J Hotel occupies the top floors of the Shanghai Tower -- which at 632 meters (about 2,000 feet) is the tallest building in all of China.
Covishield: India seeks EU travel approval for its main vaccineBy BBC
India's Serum Institute is seeking emergency authorisation in the European Union for its Covishield jab, sources told the BBC. The move comes amid reports that Covishield is not yet eligible for the digital green certificate, an EU-wide travel pass, set to launch on 1 July.
Philippines military plane crashes with at least 85 on boardBy BBC
A Philippines military transport aircraft with at least 85 people on board has crashed in the south of the country, the armed forces say.
Demolition preparations begin at condo with storm loomingBy The Rising Nepal
Rescuers suspended their search for the living and the dead in the rubble of a collapsed South Florida condo building Saturday to allow crews to start preparing the unstable remainder of the structure for demolition ahead of a tropical storm.
Twenty missing as landslide hits Japanese CityBy BBC
Some 20 people are missing after a huge landslide hit Atami city in central Japan, officials say.
Lightning triggers over 130 wildfires in CanadaBy BBC
More than 130 wildfires - fuelled by lightning strikes - are burning across western Canada following a record-breaking heatwave. Canada's federal government said it would send military aircraft to help emergency workers battling to control the fires in British Columbia.
US hands Bagram Airfield to Afghans after nearly 20 yearsBy The Rising Nepal
After nearly 20 years, the U.S. military left Bagram Airfield, the epicenter of its war to oust the Taliban and hunt down the al-Qaida perpetrators of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on America, two U.S. officials said Friday.
Hundreds of dead sea animals washed up in Sri LankaBy BBC
Hundreds of dead sea animals have washed up in Sri Lanka, weeks after a cargo ship carrying dangerous chemicals caught fire and sank.
Last foreign forces quit Afghanistan's Bagram baseBy BBC
Defence officials say the last US and Nato forces have left Afghanistan's Bagram airbase, the centre of the war against militants for some 20 years. The pull-out could signal that the complete withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan is imminent.