'If all goes well...' Titanic victim's letter expected to sell for thousands
The letter is one of the last known to have survived the sinking - it still carries stains from its time in the Atlantic.
Uefa open disciplinary proceedings against Everton
Merseyside Police are also investigating the brawl on the pitch between players from both teams, while Everton has banned one individual.
Malawi arrests 140 in clampdown after 'vampirism' killings
The mob attacks began in mid-September in four districts in southern Malawi, where belief in witchcraft is widespread.
Hamilton fastest in US Grand Prix practice
The Mercedes driver lapped a soggy Circuit of the Americas in a time of one minute 36.335 seconds on the supersoft tyres.
Minister: France gets serious over sexual harassment
Harvey Weinstein has been accused by numerous women of having sexually harassed or assaulted them.
London the starting line as Adidas laces up robotic shoe run
Adidas plans to use the factory - and another due to open soon in Atlanta, Georgia, to produce small batches designed for particular markets.
Spain plans new elections in Catalonia to end independence bid - opposition
The Socialists said they would back special measures to impose central rule on the region to thwart the secessionist-minded Catalan govt.
Obamacare whiplash leaves states, insurers with dueling price plans
Donald Trump said last week his administration would stop paying billions of dollars in subsidies that help insurers give discounts to low-income households.
BMW raided in cartel investigation as Daimler claims immunity
EU staff had 'conducted an inspection' at BMW’s Munich offices this week, the premium carmaker said in a statement.
#RandReport: Rand slumps on reports Ramaphosa may be fired
At 1527 GMT the rand was 1.3% weaker at 13.6900 per dollar, earlier hitting its weakest since 10 October.
WHO: Plague kills 94 in Madagascar
The outbreak already looks big when compared with the 3,248 cases and 584 deaths reported worldwide from 2010 to 2015.
Thousands of Somalis gather to mourn bomb victims
The bomb attack was the deadliest since Islamist militant group al Shabaab began an insurgency in 2007.
Report: Having nuclear weapons ‘matter of life & death’ for North Korea
North Korean senior official said the United States would “have to put up” with North Korea’s nuclear status,
Kenyan police: 4 killed during opposition protests
Kenya’s police said on Friday that four people had died as result of police intervention during opposition protests in the past two weeks.
Namibia tells Airbnb hosts to register or face jail
Under Namibian laws, any accommodation establishment with two or more bedrooms is required to register with the tourism board.
Pakistan spinner Hafeez reported over bowling action
The legality of the 37-year-old’s bowling action was questioned by the match officials in their report, which was handed to Pakistan’s team management.
Raqqa to be part of decentralised Syria, say Kurdish-led militia
The Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said the people of the majority Arab city and surrounding province would decide their own future.
Zuma spokesperson dismisses reports that Ramaphosa may be sacked
Zuma’s spokesperson said on Friday there was no basis for reports that the country’s leader would axe his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa.