Erdogan vows to 'crush the heads' of Kurdish forces if no pullout
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said they would 'start where they left off and continue to crush terrorists' heads'.
New Zealand thrash Ireland 46-14 to set up England semi-final
New Zealand thrash Ireland 46-14 to set up England semi-final.
Sharma, Rahane help India hit back after early wobble
Sharma, on 117, combined with Ajinkya Rahane, on 83, to put on an unbeaten 185-run stand after the hosts were wobbling at 39-3 following their decision to bat first in Ranchi.
Six killed in Mali attack on pro-government forces
Four more people were missing after the attack in Aguelhok, an alliance of pro-government forces calling itself Platform of the June 2014 Movements said.
England beat Australia 40-16 to reach Rugby World Cup semis
England outscored their old rivals four tries to one and had 20 points from Owen Farrell's perfect kicking as they set up a last-four clash with New Zealand or Ireland, who play later.
European, US lawmakers jointly condemn Turkey invasion
European and US lawmakers united Friday in condemnation of Turkey's invasion of Syria and President Donald Trump's troop withdrawal from the country, warning it would trigger a 'resurgence of Islamic terrorism'.
Ebola still an 'urgent' global health emergency: WHO
DRC's latest Ebola epidemic, which began in August 2018, has killed 2,144 people, making it the second deadliest outbreak of the virus, after the West Africa pandemic of 2014-2016.
Mexico admits freeing Chapo's son after 'badly planned' operation
Admitting his forces carried out a 'badly planned' operation, Defense Minister Luis Sandoval said soldiers briefly arrested Ovidio Guzman but released him after being overpowered by cartel gunmen.
At least 62 killed in Afghan mosque blast - officials
Witnesses said the roof of the mosque had fallen through after a 'loud' explosion, the nature of which was not immediately clear.
Injured Kuldeep out of final Test against South Africa
Uncapped spinner Shahbaz Nadeem was added to the team - which already has an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-Test series - for the final match in Ranchi starting Saturday.
Ghana flooding leaves 28 dead
Flooding in northern and other parts of Ghana happens each year during the rainy season.
Klopp keen to make Man Utd wait for turnaround
Klopp's men travel to Old Trafford on Sunday already 15 points ahead of their rivals just eight games into the campaign.
Despite having enough food, humanity risks hunger 'crises': report
The report, presented to the FAO in Rome, warned that the problem of poor nutrition 'will only get worse if current trends are not reversed'.
Sudan peace talks resume after deadlock
The talks between the new government in Khartoum and rebels who fought now ousted president Omar al-Bashir's forces in Darfur, Blue Nile and South Kordofan states, are being mediated by South Sudan - a former foe still struggling to end its own war.
US makes history with first all-female spacewalk
The US sent its first female astronaut into space in 1983, when Sally Ride took part in the seventh Space Shuttle mission, and has now had more women astronauts than any other country.
Former South Africa batsman sentenced to five years in jail
The batsman had been banned for 20 years by national body Cricket South Africa (CSA) for his role in attempting to fix or influence matches in a 2015 domestic T20 competition.
Sparse trailer for Kanye West Imax film released
The film brings the service 'to life,' its website said, and was filmed in the summer of 2019.
Head-to-head: Japan and SA's route to their RWC quarterfinal clash
A look at how Japan and South Africa's route to their Rugby World Cup quarterfinal match on Sunday, 20 October 2019.