Saboteurs blew up arms warehouse - Ukraine military
More than 10,000 people have been killed in the conflict between Ukraine and the separatist rebels since 2014.
De Kock an injury concern for third Test
Proteas wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock was sent to hospital for scans on the injury to his right index finger.
Vehicle attacks like London easy to organise, hard to prevent
Experts say the tactic of mowing people down avoids the need to obtain any explosives or weapons.
London attack: Seven arrested in Birmingham raid
Five people, including the attacker, died in Wednesday's attack while 40 others were injured.
Uefa considers squad limits, transfer market changes
The last few years have seen the increasing dominance of a few elite clubs like Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Germany’s Podolski crowns farewell with stunning winner over England
The 31-year-old’s goal ensured an enterprising England suffered a bitter defeat having looked sharper than their hosts for much of the game.
North Korea missile test fails, US and South say, as tensions simmer
A South Korean military official also said the missile appeared to have exploded just after it was launched.
US, Canada lift global box office as international sales flat
In the United States, the average movie ticket price increased by 3% in 2016 to $8.65.
Fearing disease, Kenyans burn animal carcasses as drought deepens
Nomadic communities store their savings in animals rather than banks and each carcass is a major loss.
Uganda says seeking $500m loan from China for roads in oil area
Uganda has discovered an estimated 6.5 billion barrels of crude reserves on its Albertine rift basin along the border with the DRC.
Trump fights for healthcare bill, makes headway with conservatives
The Freedom Caucus has objected to the bill because its members believe it is still too close to Obamacare.
Five dead, at least 40 injured in London terror attack
The dead, in what police called a “marauding terrorist attack,” included the assailant and the policeman he stabbed.
UN aviation agency urges balance of security risk, safety in electronics ban
There would also be curbs requiring electronic items to be transported as checked baggage on flights from 6 countries in the Middle East.
Most UK employers don't plan to raise pay to match rising inflation – XpertHR
XpertHR’s figures follow official data on Tuesday that showed a stronger rise in inflation than expected.
Three French schoolchildren hurt in London attack
It’s unclear how serious the injuries of the students, who were on a school trip from Concarneau Lycee in Brittany, are.
Four dead, others injured in UK parliament 'terrorist' attack
A knifeman was shot by police in the shadow of Big Ben, where he had tried to force his way into a courtyard just outside the Houses of Parliament.
#RandReport: Rand firms against dollar as stocks fall
The rand strengthened as local data supported the currency against a weakening dollar while stocks fell in line with global markets amid risk-off sentiment.
SA suspends some meat imports from Brazil
Police in Brazil have launched raids to investigate alleged bribes paid to conceal unsanitary conditions in Brazil’s meatpacking facilities.