Rooney, Ibrahimovic chase playoff berths
Rooney's performances have been instrumental in the turnaround, with the 32-year-old former England captain contributing 10 goals and seven assists in his 18 appearances.
Sloane Stephens backs on-court coaching rule change
Patrick Mouratoglou, the coach of Serena Williams, has called for a rule change with on-court coaching currently banned in Grand Slams but allowed in WTA events.
Thai cave survivors train with Galaxy, Ibrahimovic
The Thai youngsters, aged between 11 and 16, were retrieved from the Tham Luang cave complex in July after a dramatic rescue effort.
At least 50 dead in India train disaster - police
The train hit a crowd standing on the railway line to watch a fireworks show during Dussehra celebrations, police and eyewitnesses said.
Marie Antoinette's jewels go on show before auction
When Marie Antoinette tried to flee the French Revolution in March 1791, the royal jewels were smuggled out of the country to Brussels.
Turkey widens Khashoggi search, denies giving US tapes
Previously, local media said the 15 men arrived in Turkey on the day that Khashoggi went missing via two private planes, which then returned to Riyadh via Egypt and Dubai.
Trump praises congressman who assaulted reporter
At the rally, President Donald Trump urged people to vote for Greg Gianforte, describing him as ‘an incredible Montana leader’.
Turkey denies giving 'any kind of audio tape' on Khashoggi to US
Turkey's pro-government press has reported that Turkey has an audio recording that proves the alleged murder of Khashoggi at the consulate.
SANDF chief fires warning shots over budget cuts
National army chief lieutenant general Lindile Yam sharply criticised the government for the funding shortage, saying the army was even struggling to buy uniforms.
Pakistan beat Australia in second Test, win series
Australia, set a daunting 538-run target, were bowled out for 164 as Pakistan medium pacer Mohammad Abbas rocked them with figures of 5-62 at Sheikh Zayed Stadium.
Not a lot of people know that: Why horses are named Bogart, Curtis but not Caine
One British-based syndicate, Chelsea Thoroughbreds, has over 20 horses in training, with around 100 individuals owning shares in different horses, and they have names such as Humphrey Bogart and Tony Curtis.
Pakistan’s PM Imran Khan to attend controversial Saudi conference
The decision comes a day after US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and senior ministers from Europe announced plans to skip the conference.
'Not worthy of rape' deputy says she fears for Brazil under Bolsonaro
It was in the Chamber 15 years ago that Bolsonaro, disdainfully told do Rosario that 'I would not rape you, because you're not worthy of it' as cameras recorded his insult.
Ronaldo looks to pick up where he left off as Juve host Genoa
Ronaldo shrugged off explosive rape allegations to score for the champions in their last Serie A game against Udinese before the international break on 6 October to keep Juventus's 100% record after eight games.
Tradition, and mobs, keep women out of Indian temple
Traditionalists have threatened women trying to get to the complex and have clashed with police officers sent to enforce the court's ruling.
Spotlight on Mourinho once more as Liverpool, Man City seek winning return
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho remains the centre of attention when the former Chelsea boss returns to Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Rwandan leader reshuffles team after losing foreign minister
More unexpected was the removal of defence minister James Kabarebe, who had served in the position since 2010, and is shuffled into a new post as presidential advisor on security.
Friends of French star Benzema suspected of attempted kidnapping
A dispute, centred on just €50,000 in cash, is believed to be the cause of the failed attempt, according to the report.