Jordan arrests journalists over 'offensive' Jesus image
Mohammed al-Wakeel, who runs the Al Wakeel News website, was accused along with an editor of inciting sectarian strife.
What options for Macron in taming 'yellow vest' rebellion?
After already abandoning the anti-pollution fuel tax hikes that sparked the protests, what else can he do to defuse the anger of the 'yellow vests'?
Kohli savours 'very special' victory over Australia
The visitors won a tightly-contested opening Test in Adelaide by 31 runs on the fifth day after setting Australia a target of 323, which would have been a record run chase at the ground.
Siberian serial killer cop convicted of dozens more murders
A court in the city of Irkutsk found Mikhail Popkov guilty of 56 murders between 1992 and 2007, sentencing him to a second life term.
Rugby Australia to decide on Cheika's future as coach by Christmas
Michael Cheika has been under growing pressure after a poor season, with recent losses to England and Wales, and an uninspiring win over Italy.
Kenyan men take first 17 places in Singapore marathon
Kenyan runners also dominated the women's event, bagging the top five spots.
UN conference adopts migration pact despite withdrawals
The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration -- finalised at the UN in July after 18 months of talks -- was formally approved in Marrakesh at the start of a two-day conference.
EU court rules Britain can revoke Brexit unilaterally
British Prime Minister Theresa May's government insists it has no intention of halting the process and has agreed a draft withdrawal agreement with the 27 remaining member states.
'I can't breathe' were Khashoggi's final words, report says
The source told the US network the transcript made clear the killing was premeditated and suggests several phone calls were made to give briefings on the progress.
Ex-Nissan chief Ghosn charged, served with fresh arrest warrant
Former Nissan chairman Ghosn, 64, has been in detention since his 19 November arrest on suspicion of under-declaring his income by some five billion yen ($44 million) between 2010 and 2015.
UN to adopt migration pact at meeting hit by withdrawals
The US on Friday took a fresh swipe at the pact, labelling it "an effort by the United Nations to advance global governance at the expense of the sovereign right of states".
India beat Australia to win first Test by 31 runs
India beat Australia to win first Test by 31 runs.
Liverpool turn to Salah to summon Gerrard's spirit for Napoli showdown
Liverpool must again rely on fortress Anfield to inflict Napoli's first Champions League defeat of the season if they are to avoid the disappointment of a group stage exit just over six months since appearing in last season's final.
Trump's potential next chief of staff pick leaving White House
Shortly after Ayers said he would not take on the role, Trump jumped online to tweet: "I am in the process of interviewing some really great people for the position of White House Chief of Staff."
Nobel peace prize shines light on rape in conflict
The Norwegian Nobel Committee in October said the prize was for "for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict".
Bale snaps drought as Real edge past struggling Huesca
The Welshman struck his first goal in the league since the start of September to lift Real to a fourth win in five matches and move the European champions up to fourth place.
Syrian girl born without legs walks on new prosthetics
But now the girl, who was born with no legs due to a congenital condition, is walking on new prosthetics after undergoing treatment in Turkey.
Peruvians head to polls in referendum on anti-corruption reforms
The proposals were announced in August following a series of corruption scandals involving high-ranking officials and politicians.