• BBC News

    Does Love Island have a diversity problem?

    We're six weeks in, there's been more than 30 contestants and at least 50,000 mentions of the word "loyal". But as Love Island continues to keep us hooked there's been an uncomfortable conversation around the show. It's all about diversity. Some fans have continually questioned why the majority of the cast appear to look the same. Leigh-Ann Pinnock from Little Mix waded in on the debate saying she was tempted to switch off because of its lack of diversity. Newsbeat has been taking a look at the debate so far. 'Where are the south Asian women?' More than 85,000 people applied for Love Island this year. With such a huge number of singletons to choose from, some fans have questioned why the majority

  • CNN

    Key moments from France's electrifying World Cup final win

    Argentina legend Diego Maradona was in the crowd once again, drawing attention from fans just as he did when he was a player.

  • Al Jazeera

    What's behind Saudi Arabia's arrest of religious leaders?

    Saudi Arabia has arrested prominent preacher and scholar Safar Al-Hawali just days after he published a book criticising the ruling family. Three of his sons - Abdul Rahman, Abdullah and Ibrahim - were also detained. Rights groups say Abdul Rahman and Abdullah were reportedly taken into custody while attending a family wedding on Wednesday. While Hawali and his son Ibrahim were arrested the following morning. Hawali became known almost three decades ago as the leader of the Sahwa movement, which advocated for democracy in Saudi Arabia. He was previously detained for opposing the ruling family. Saudi Arabia, under Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, has launched a crackdown against activists, religious

  • CNN

    Photos of Prince Louis's christening released

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  • CNN

    Melania Trump's adventures across Europe

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  • BBC Sport

    Manny Pacquiao stops Lucas Matthysse to claim WBA welterweight title

    Manny Pacquiao put in a dominant display as he stopped Lucas Matthysse in the seventh round to claim the WBA welterweight title from the Argentine. Pacquiao dropped Matthysse in the third and fifth rounds before the referee stopped it after he sent him to the canvas for a third time in the seventh. The victory gave the 39-year-old the 60th win of his career, which also includes seven losses and two draws. "I'm surprised I knocked him down so early," said Pacquiao. "It was a long time ago since I've done that. I came out smoking hot." The win gave the Filipino, who has been world champion at eight different weights, his first inside the distance since 2009. He had replaced long-term trainer Freddie

  • english.alarabiya.net

    Pride and tears for Croatians after World Cup final loss

    After watching their football team lose 4-2 to France in the World Cup final in Moscow on Sunday, some Croatians wept with sadness while others felt pride that their tiny nation had gone so far in the tournament. When the final whistle blew fans who had gathered in Ban Jelacic square in the capital Zagreb to watch the match on a big screen hugged each other in commiseration. One young woman used a red-and-white Croatian flag to wipe tears from her eyes as a female friend, also crying, put her arm around her. Others continued waving Croatian flags and scarves through the disappointment after watching their country play in the World Cup final for the first time. Croatia's Lovre Kalinic is embraced