Turkey's Erdogan shuts schools, charities in first state of emergency decree
President Tayyip Erdogan tightened his grip on Turkey following a failed military coup.
'Munich gunman raised locally, had no ties to Islamic State'
A German-Iranian teenager shot and killed nine people and then himself in Munich on Friday.
UPDATE: At least 61 dead, 207 wounded in Kabul demonstration attack
Isis has claimed responsibility for the bombing that hit a large and peaceful demonstration.
Number of people fleeing South Sudan violence hits one-day record officials say
The refugees, nearly all women and children, were escaping stepped-up fighting.
At least 87 killed in heavy rain in China, millions evacuated
Nearly 50,000 homes have collapsed and about 8.6 million people have been affected.
Edward Snowden talks film debut and dramatising his life in 'Snowden'
The movie, due out in September, follows the 2013 events that led Snowden, to expose the US government.
German police: Suspect attack was directed at foreigners
German authorities said it was too early to say whether it was a terrorist attack.
Cancer scare weighs on Le Clos ahead of Phelps re-match
With Chad’s parents ill, it’s expected to be a more sombre atmosphere around the Le Clos camp this time.
Clinton picks Kaine as running mate, bypassing liberals
Tim Kaine, with a reputation for low-key competence, could appeal to independents and moderates.
#GermanyAttack: Death toll rises
Munich authorities say one of those killed could have been the shooter.
Obama: Dark Trump vision 'doesn't really jibe' with facts
Obama noted 'birds were chirping and the sun was out' for most Americans after Trump's Thursday speech.
Split appears in South Sudan opposition
South Sudan’s politics has long been plagued by splits and rivalries.
Former KKK leader Duke to run for Senate
David Duke served a 15-month federal prison sentence in 2002 for tax evasion and mail fraud.
China’s WeChat takes on WhatsApp in Africa
The move is leading the South Africa-China joint venture down a fiercely competitive path.
Reports: Multiple deaths reported at shooting in Munich shopping mall
Details of the incident remain sketchy, however media reports several deaths and multiple injuries.
French court rules IMF's chief must stand trial in Tapie case
Christine Lagarde was French finance minister at the time.
Tinder launches Social to let users hang out in groups
Now, you can use Tinder to plan a night out and take along your friends to meet strangers.
No need to panic about Nigeria sliding into recession, finance minister says
The state's currency dropped to a new low on Thursday.
UPDATE: India launches search for missing military plane
The plane was carrying 29 military personnel to the strategic islands near the Malacca Straits.
Prince estate's administrator dismisses claims by three
Three people are seeking a piece of the estate left by Prince after he died unexpectedly in April.
Doctors devise care plan for babies as Zika threat looms in US
Florida said it is investigating two possible cases of Zika.
Search for missing Malaysian MH370 to be suspended - joint panel
Almost A$180 million has been spent since then on an underwater search in the southern Indian Ocean.