Trump says will 'strongly consider' testifying in impeachment probe
It was unclear what kind of testimony the president had in mind.
New era or false dawn? Tsitsipas win invites caution
The 21-year-old Greek was in bullish mood after he beat Dominic Thiem, having ousted Roger Federer in the semi-finals, to become the season-ending event's youngest winner since 2001.
He, she, they: Americans and the choice of gender pronoun
The 23-year-old represents a growing trend among progressive Americans, who are claiming a right to choose their own pronoun, regardless of their sex at birth.
England's Archer takes aim at Kookaburra ball before New Zealand Test
The two-Test series is Archer’s first overseas tour and his chief concern is the Australian-made ball, which has a far less pronounced seam than he is used to.
EXPLAINER: Don't panic about China's 'Black Death' plague cases
Plague has killed tens of millions of people around the world in three major pandemics, with about a third of Europe’s population wiped out in the 1300s by bubonic plague, known as the Black Death.
Four killed in California backyard shooting - police
Police were called to the scene after at least one person opened fire into a crowd of about 35 people gathered outside the house in Fresno, around 320 kilometres north of Los Angeles.
Joseph to take Japan to next Rugby World Cup, ruling out All Blacks role
Joseph was among 26 New Zealanders invited by the All Blacks to replace Steve Hansen, who stepped down at the end of the World Cup this month.
Brazil's freed leftist leader Lula calls to continue 'the fight'
The 74-year-old was released on 8 November in a politically sensitive Supreme Court ruling that could free thousands of convicts.
Ethiopia to vote on breakaway state highlights battles over autonomy
The Sidama push for statehood already triggered days of unrest in July that left dozens dead and prompted the government to place Ethiopia's southern region under the control of soldiers and federal police.
Ronaldo scores 99th Portugal goal as holders seal Euro 2020 spot
Portugal became the 17th nation to qualify for next year's multi-host tournament, which kicks off in Rome on 12 June, joining the likes of world champions France, Spain, Italy and England.
Chile's president condemns police violence after four weeks of unrest
Furious Chileans have been protesting social and economic inequality, and against an entrenched political elite that comes from a small number of the wealthiest families in the country, among other issues.
Sainz claims McLaren's first podium since 2014 after 'unbelievable' race
The highly-rated young Spaniard came home fourth on the road for McLaren in Sunday's tumultuous race, but was promoted to third when six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton was penalised - and then made to wait while his own race was investigated.
Tsitsipas beats Thiem to win ATP Finals title
It is Tsitsipas's third title of the season and comes a year after he was crowned champion at the Next Gen ATP Finals in Milan.
Samoa makes measles vaccine mandatory to stop deadly outbreak
At least six fatalities, including five children, have been linked to the outbreak of the virus, which has also hit other island states such as Tonga and Fiji.
Protesters set fire to hold off police at Hong Kong campus
The violence extended a dangerous new phase of the nearly six-month crisis, which over the weekend saw Chinese soldiers briefly leave their local barracks to clean up streets.
Pope to visit Hiroshima on anti-nuclear weapon mission
Despite both countries having less than 0.6% Catholic populations, Francis is thirsty for interreligious dialogue with them.
St Mark's closed as water again invades Venice, rain lashes Italy
High tides were forecast to reach a maximum of 110 centimetres for the coming days, giving the authorities and citizens the opportunity to assess the damage as shops and Saint Mark's Square reopened late Sunday.
Burkina Faso army says 32 'terrorists' killed in two operations
One soldier was killed in the military response, which followed an attack on a patrol, an army statement said.