North Korea slams US-South Korea computer-simulated drills
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said the joint drills were purely defensive and did not aim to increase tension on the peninsula.
South Sudan grounds UN planes in airport row
The move threatens to further delay the deployment of the latest 4,000 peacekeepers to be assigned to the African country.
#RandReport: Rand retreats in cautious trade
At 15:00 GMT, the rand was down 0.27% to 13.1825 per dollar.
Spanish police shoot suspected Barcelona attacker
Police did not immediately give the man's identity, saying only that he had appeared to be wearing an explosive belt.
Celebrities pay tribute to comedy legend Jerry Lewis
Here is a sampling of reaction from celebrities who knew and admired Lewis' comedic genius.
Texas university removes 'white supremacy' statues overnight
Violence broke out in Charlottesville when white nationalists protesting against the planned removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee clashed with anti-racism demonstrators.
Finnish police request detention of 5 suspects arrested over knife attack
The main suspect, 18-year-old Moroccan asylum seeker Abderrahman Mechkah, is being investigated for two cases of murder with terrorist intent.
Guardiola urges strong Man City bench to make an impact
Pep Guardiola says substitute players are crucial to Manchester City's Premier League success.
Formula One launches eSports world championship
The new eSports Series is a partnership with Formula One, game developer Codemasters and events and competitions specialists Gfinity.
Wallabies coach stonewalls calls for defensive overhaul
Angry fans continued to vent their fury on social media on Monday, while pundits demanded Grey's dismissal.
Sasol sees full-year earnings fall 15%
Sasol said the construction of its Lake Charles Chemicals Project in North America, which has seen delays and is expected to cost $11 billion.
One killed in Marseille after car crashes into bus shelters
The driver was arrested at the scene, the source added.
Neymar targets improvement after phenomenal home debut
In addition to his two goals in his first match at Parc des Princes, Neymar set up two more and won a penalty as 10-man PSG trounced Toulouse 6-2 to go top of Ligue 1 on Sunday.
Nearly 500 dead pulled from Sierra Leone mudslide
One of Africa's worst flooding-related disasters in years occurred when the side of Mount Sugar Loaf collapsed on Monday after heavy rain.
Barcelona attack suspect Abouyaaqoub thought to be van driver - govt official
Police carried out more raids overnight at homes in the town of Ripoll, where many of the suspects lived, Forn said.
Buhari: Nigeria's unity not negotiable
Buhari said it was in the interest of Nigerians to come together to face the challenge of economic security.
Millions of Americans await awe-inspiring total solar eclipse
Some 12 million people live in the 113-km-wide, 4,000-km-long zone where the total eclipse will appear on Monday.
Dimitrov downs Kyrgios to win Cincinnati Open
A break in each set was enough for the seventh seed to claim his third title of the year and seventh of his career.