Here is the latest World News from CNN.
How UN peacekeepers failed South Sudan
The heart of most U.N. peacekeepers’ mission includes the protection of civilians — and it’s a mandate that, in light of recent events, the United Nations must do better at fulfilling.
Donald Trump’s shifting positions on Muslim ban
Donald Trump’s proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States has been a central issue of his campaign — but he has described the ban differently in the weeks since the mass shooting in Orlando.
Beijing is sinking, study says
Beijing residents have put up with choking smog, trash-filled rivers and toxic running tracks. Now they have another concern — sinking.
Iraqi general: ‘The battle for Falluja is over’
A senior Iraqi general has announced on state TV that the battle for Falluja is over as Iraqi troops retook the final ISIS holdout in the city.
Euro 2016: France defeats Republic of Ireland
France booked its place in the quarterfinals of Euro 2016 after surviving an almighty scare against the Republic of Ireland on Sunday.
Rainbows break out across the world for Pride
LGBT citizens around the globe flock to parades and other gatherings as they celebrate gay pride.
Chasing ‘El Chapo’: Prison breaks, hideaways and life on the lam
The notorious cartel boss hid in a laundry cart the first time he broke out of prison — or so the story goes.
Britain’s Labour Party thrown into turmoil
The leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party has vowed not to step down amid challenges to his leadership as the fallout from the UK’s momentous vote to leave the European Union continues.
Opinion: Brexit leaves UK more divided than ever
The referendum vote to quit the European Union has left the United Kingdom a more divided society than ever before.
Pope, in Armenia, decries ‘genocide’
Pope Francis, visiting the nation of Armenia this weekend, again described the slaughter of Armenians by Ottoman Empire forces during World War I as a genocide and prayed that such a tragedy never happen again.
London, NY celebrate Pride after Orlando shooting
Dozens of cities around the world are donning the colors of the rainbow this weekend.
Brazil drug lab shut ahead of Olympics
The World Anti-Doping Agency suspends Brazil’s only laboratory set to handle drug testing just weeks before the Rio Olympic Games are set to begin. CNN’s Nick Paton Walsh reports.
Euro 2016: The first team through is …
Xherdan Shaqiri’s wonder goal lit up the first knockout match of Euro 2016 but it was Poland which became the first team to reach the quarterfinals after victory in a penalty shoot out Saturday.
Islamist militant group frees hostage
Islamist militant group Abu Sayyaf released a Filipina hostage after holding her captive for nine months in the Philippines.
China launches next-gen rocket
China’s next-generation carrier rocket blasted off from the country’s new Wenchang space port Saturday, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.
Biggest step backward since World War II?
Britain voting to leave the European Union is the worst step backward for Europe — and for Western Civilization — since the end of World War II, writes Charles Kaiser
Why the Brits did it: Many blame migrants, elitism, lost sense of history
The message from the shires of England is that they no longer trust their leadership. A divide has opened; centers of cosmopolitan wealth are at odds with their council estate and country-living cousins. It is not about wealth, it is about history — about who the British think they are.
Now comes #Regrexit: UK voters voice doubt over referendum choice
From Brexit to #Regrexit — an online petition demanding a second referendum on Britain’s decision to leave the EU is nearing 1.5 million signatures.
EU leaders demand quick UK exit as economic fallout grows
European Union leaders are set to hold talks Saturday with calls for Britain to begin negotiating its exit “immediately.”
15 dead in Somali hotel attack
Gunmen stormed the Naso Hablod hotel in the Somali capital of Mogadishu Saturday after exploding a car at the hotel gate, police Capt. Aden Dahir told CNN. The hotel is frequented by Somali government officials, lawmakers and security force officers.
Why male athletes are pulling out of the Olympics
Watching the news, Dr. William Schaffner wanted to reach into his television set and give soccer player Hope Solo this message: “You have it all backward!”
WHO weighs emergency measures to stretch yellow fever vaccine
In Angola, the worst outbreak of yellow fever in three decades may result in a vaccine shortage. If this happens, fractional dosing — giving one-fifth the standard amount of vaccine — could be used to control an outbreak of the viral hemorrhagic disease, according to a group of experts convened by the World Health Organization.
Navy fires 2nd officer in Iran captured ship incident
A U.S. Navy officer who helped oversee the 10 sailors who were captured by Iran earlier this year — which created an uproar in the U.S. when video was released showing them on their knees with their hands behind their heads — has been relieved of his duties, the Navy announced Friday.
Anger in the bedroom, joy on the streets
Shortly after 5 a.m. in the northwest London suburb of Harlesden, Toni Carlton rolled over in bed, picked up her cell phone and checked its news feed.