DW Germany Germany’s mainstream media are facing mounting criticism over the coverage of crime stories involving refugee and migrant suspects. Media analyst Kai Hafez told DW that the coverage reveals Germany’s unexamined biases. Germany's reporting on asylum-seekers exposes 'latent racism'
Times of India The UK government has caused outrage with its decision to exclude Indian students from a new list of countries considered “low risk” in order to facilitate an easier visa application process to UK universities. Outrage as India ignored in new UK visa rules
Golf Australia Su Oh’s brilliant form reversal continues apace on the LPGA Tour. Su Oh continues hot form in US
Golf Australia Marc Leishman has emerged as the best-placed Australian in the US Open at Shinnecock Hills, but everyone is chasing world No. 1 Dustin Johnson. US Open: Leishman fires, but DJ dominating
UK Reuters LONDON (Reuters) – Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday she was disappointed an MP from her Conservative party had blocked a bill to make “upskirting” – surreptitiously taking photographs up women’s skirts – a criminal offence. May 'disappointed' after colleague blocks 'upskirting' law
DW Germany Angela Merkel has gone from defender of the rule-based international order at the G7 to struggling to hold her own government together. The timing is a surprise; the fact that her migration policy is the cause isn’t. Analysis: Did Angela Merkel bring this political blow on herself?
DW Germany Germany’s interior minister has fired the head of the country’s refugee agency after a scandal over improper asylum decisions came to light. The immigration issue threatens to splinter Angela Merkel’s conservative bloc. Germany's Horst Seehofer fires head of BAMF migrant and refugee agency
DW Germany German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer and his CSU party are engaged in a high-stakes gamble over asylum-seekers. That should not surprise anyone, says Jasper von Altenbockum of the Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung. Opinion: Germany is trapped in a 'credibility showdown'
Golf Australia It was a brutal, windy day on Long Island and ultimately, Shinnecock Hills was the winner. US Open: Carnage at Shinnecock
Golf Australia The Vic Open will become Australian golf’s richest tournament in 2019 with the combined prize pool surging to an unprecedented $3 million. Vic Open becomes Aus golf's richest week