Haiti president says many aid organizations hid misconduct
The misconduct scandal has already shaken the aid sector, with Britain and the European Union reviewing Oxfam’s funding.
Bayern snatch win with late penalty but Cologne foiled by VAR
Bayern Munich beat VfL Wolfsburg 2-1 on Saturday while a goal by Cologne's Claudio Pizarro was disallowed after the referee consulted video assistant.
Pope renews commission on sexual abuse, Vatican promises victims more say
The renewal of the commission and the confirmation of Cardinal Sean O‘Malley of Boston as its head comes as the pope is dealing with an abuse scandal in Chile.
Avril says two dead after explosion at oilseed plant in northern France
The company said the causes of the accident remained unclear and that it was too early to say when then output would resume.
Small earthquake felt in Wales, southern England
The BGS said the epicentre of the quake was 20 km north of the Welsh city of Swansea.
Nigerian cinema fans celebrate 'Black Panther' release
At a screening of Black Panther on Friday in Lekki, an upmarket district of Lagos, Nollywood stars mingled with TV personalities and locals.
London firefighters tackle blaze at building containing gas cylinders
London Fire Brigade said more than 50 firefighters and 10 engines were attending the fire at a building under refurbishment on Great Portland Street.
Late Pope Paul VI to be made saint this year, Pope Francis says
Paul was beatified in 2014 after a first miracle was attributed to him and another was approved by a theological and medical commission to him this month.
Ethiopia: State of emergency will last six months
Ethiopia is East Africa’s biggest and fastest-growing economy and a Western ally in the fight against Islamist militancy.
Pakistan court sentences child killer, rapist to death
The girl’s murder ignited nationwide protests over allegations of government inaction, and a media campaign led to his arrest after years of him being on the loose.
Tiger Woods misses cut at Riviera after eight bogeys
The disappointing play left the 14-times major champion at six-over 148, four strokes over the projected cut of +2.
Japan eyes hiking optional pension age beyond 70
Japanese people can currently choose to start receiving their pensions at any point between the ages of 60 and 70.
Jose Mourinho denies rift with Pogba
British media have said the France international is increasingly frustrated with his role at Manchester United.
Three suicide bombers kill 18 in Maiduguri - police
Nobody has claimed responsibility for the attack but the use of suicide bombers in crowded areas is a hallmark of the Islamist militant group, Boko Haram.
Chelsea stroll past Hull into FA Cup quarterfinals
Willian bagged two and Olivier Giroud scored his first goal for the club since joining from London rivals Arsenal, while Pedro was also on target for Antonio Conte’s dominant side.
Report: Nine dead in fire at waste facility in China
According to a report, the fire broke out in the early hours of the morning in Qingyuan city in the southern province of Guangdong.
Oxfam agrees not to bid for new funding from UK government
The Times newspaper reported last week that some Oxfam staff had paid for sex with prostitutes in Haiti after the country’s 2010 earthquake.
Federer becomes oldest ATP world number one
Fresh from winning his 20th grand slam title in Melbourne this month, Federer took a wildcard into the ABN AMRO World Tennis event with his eyes fixed on a return to number one for the first time since November 2012.