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Stephen Hawking's voice rests in space1m07s

Stephen Hawking's voice rests in space

As Stephen Hawking is laid to rest at Westminster Abbey, the European Space Agency has an especially fitting tribute ready: Beaming his words of peace toward a black hole 3,000 light years away. Matthew Larotonda reports.

Tesco turnaround as Q1 sees sales growth1m12s

Tesco turnaround as Q1 sees sales growth

Tesco said a drive to lower prices for customers had boosted its quarterly sales, in an ominous warning for rivals three years after Britain's biggest retailer embarked on a turnaround programme. Laura Frykberg reports.

Europe's division over migrants threatens Merkel2m00s

Europe's division over migrants threatens Merkel

The conservative alliance headed by Angela Merkel may splinter in a row over immigration, an ally of the German chancellor said on Friday (June 15), as the third party in her fragile government suggested its patience was wearing thin, while the leaders of France and Italy meet after a week of confrontation. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports.

Manafort seeks to avoid jail time29s

Manafort seeks to avoid jail time

President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort will ask a federal judge on Friday not to revoke his bail and send him to jail pending trial after Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed new charges of witness tampering last week. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

"I can get involved" in Mueller probe: Trump1m06s

"I can get involved" in Mueller probe: Trump

President Trrump told reporters Friday he "can get involved" in the Mueller probe even though he has previously said he would "stay away from the Justice Department" until the probe is complete. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Trump calls FBI IG report "very, very sad"1m12s

Trump calls FBI IG report "very, very sad"

President Trump told reporters Friday that the Justice Department Inspector General's report on the FBI's actions during the 2016 election campaign was wrong and that, despite the report's findings, it was the "most biased set of circumstances I've seen in my life." Rough cut (no reporter narration).

Asian shares falter as U.S. readies China tariffs1m45s

Asian shares falter as U.S. readies China tariffs

China vows to strike back if the US hurts its interests, hours before Donald Trump was due to unveil a revised tariff list targetting $50 billion worth of Chinese goods. As Kate King reports, that's led to some wobbles for Asian shares - but European markets are still feeling the impact of Thursday's ECB meeting.

Japan's central bank cuts inflation view1m38s

Japan's central bank cuts inflation view

The Bank of Japan on Friday downgraded its view on inflation in a fresh blow to its long-held 2 percent price goal, giving the central bank barely any room to manoeuvre as it tries to map a path to roll back its crisis-era stimulus. David Pollard reports.