Trump floats idea of using NATO in fight against Islamic State
Donald Trump said the idea of using the Cold War-era alliance would be to ease the load on American forces.
Health officials race to prevent Congo yellow fever disaster
Yellow fever has killed at least 353 in Democratic Republic of Congo and neighbour, Angola.
Gunmen attack restaurant in Dhaka's diplomatic quarter
Three policemen were wounded by gunfire that erupted as police surrounded the Holey Artisan restaurant.
Hindu priest hacked to death in Bangladesh
Police said they did not know the motive behind the killing of the Hindu priest and no one had been arrested.
Istanbul airport attack: Organiser is a well-known terrorist
Akhmed Chatayev is identified on a United Nations sanctions list as a leader in Islamic State.
Romania seizes record 2.5 tonnes of Colombian cocaine, 5 held
Four Lithuanians and one Colombian were arrested in Romania after a six-month-long operation.
More US babies with Zika-related birth defects reported by health agency
The US total, as of 23 June, is 7 babies born with microcephaly or other Zika-related birth defects.
#RandReport: Rand firms as leading central banks seen keeping rates low
The US Federal Reserve would not now be able to raise rates in the coming months.
Sunday play at Wimbledon being considered
The middle Sunday is traditionally a rest day at the event, mainly to allow the grass courts to recover.
Sasol mulling bid for Chevron's South African assets
Chevron said in January it would sell its 75 percent stake in its business in the country.
Report: Ryan Giggs to leave Man United after 29 years
An official statement from United confirming Giggs' departure is expected in the coming days, the report said.
Hungary jails 10 migrants for up to 3 years for border crossing
Those convicted included 3 handicapped people, 1 of whom was rolled across the border in a wheelbarrow.
Ex-pope describes power of Vatican ‘gay lobby’ in memoirs
Citing health reasons, Pope Benedict in 2013 became the first pope in six centuries to resign.
Media: Turkish police detain 11 more suspects over airport attack
Three suspected Islamic State suicide bombers killed 44 people in a gun and bomb attack in Istanbul.
Czech PM: No intention of holding EU, NATO membership referendum
Milos Zeman has no power to call a referendum, which would require a constitutional amendment.
Best foot forward: Thai elephant gets her ninth prosthetic leg
Mosha, who weighed only 600kg when she was given her first artificial limb, now weighs over 2,000 kg.
Wage talks deadlock between Numsa, retail motor industry
The dispute will be referred to mediation talks to try and break the impasse.
Malaysia, China, Australia to discuss next step in search for Flight MH370
Flight MH370, carrying 239 passengers and crew, disappeared on 8 March 2014.
Barclays Africa Group taps former Tiger Brands boss as deputy CEO
Peter Matlare will have responsibility for the bank's banking operations in the rest of Africa.
Legalise brothels, says UK parliamentary watchdog
Sex workers in England and Wales should also not be charged for soliciting, the group says.
Six killed in gun attack on two buses in Kenya
Gunmen opened fire on the buses which were travelling to Nairobi from the Mandera region.
'Star Trek' fans become more than Trekkies
A new exhibit in New York will allow 'Star Trek' fans to step into the role of a Starfleet Academy cadet.