Gibson called up to England squad for World Cup qualifier
Gibson replaces the injured Chris Smalling, who played in England's 1-0 defeat by Germany in a friendly in Dortmund on Wednesday
India captain Kohli doubtful for fourth Australia test
The feisty top-order batsman damaged his right shoulder when diving to save a boundary on the first day of the penultimate test in Ranchi.
Man pleads guilty in Washington pizzeria shooting over fake news
Edgar Welch was accused of firing at least three shots from an AR-15 rifle inside the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria in December.
#RandReport: Rand retreats as rally loses steam, stocks slide
The rand retreated against the dollar on Friday, giving up gains driven by improving appetite for emerging markets assets.
FA pursues 'disrespectful' England fans after Germany game
England's 1-0 friendly defeat was marred by supporters who booed the German national anthem and sang songs about World War Two.
5 bodies found, hundreds feared dead as migrant boats sink off Libya
The International Organisation for Migration says a total of 559 deaths have been recorded in the Mediterranean so far this year.
Mosul's east begins to bustle, but healing a long way off
The dire situation in east Mosul shows that once jihadist rule has ended, the city will likely face a slow recovery at best.
London attacker Khalid Masood (52) was a criminal with militant links
Before he killed at least four people, the British-born Muslim convert was considered to be a criminal who posed little serious threat.
How to fix war-torn societies? Help women to work
Gender equality and empowerment of women are among the 17 global Sustainable Development Goals designed to tackle poverty, inequality & climate change by 2030.
Barrett impresses as Crusaders grind out win over Force
Scott Barrett scored a try and impressed with his work rate on attack and defence as the Crusaders won their fifth successive game.
Russia says six of its soldiers killed in Chechnya base attack
Russia said in a statement that a group of what it called 'armed bandits' had launched an attack under the cover of fog on Friday.
Hamilton and Mercedes throw down gauntlet ahead of Australian GP
Hamilton’s fastest lap of one minute 23.62 seconds was more than half a second clear of four-times world champion Vettel.
Mubarak, Egypt's toppled Pharaoh, is free after final charges dropped
Hosni Mubarak left the Maadi Military Hospital where he had been detained, heading to his home in Heliopolis.
Scientists propose framework to halve carbon emissions
The proposal, outlines a 'carbon law' policy, seeking to accelerate a global shift already under way toward clean energies.
Beckenbauer questioned by Swiss prosecutors over World Cup bid
The proceedings related to allegations of fraud, criminal mismanagement, money laundering and misappropriation.
Twitter explores subscription-based option for first time
Subscription fees could come from a version of Tweetdeck, an existing interface that helps users navigate Twitter.
Charlize Theron joins 'Fast and Furious' series with 'badass jet'
The movie, which releases worldwide next month, also stars Dwayne Johnson, Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson.
YouTube’s bid to grab TV dollars imperiled by advertiser revolt
Some analysts also believe that departing advertisers, eager to reach YouTube’s millennial audience, will quickly return.