Bodies of Ukrainian victims of downed plane repatriated from Iran
President Volodymyr Zelensky, Prime Minister Oleksiy Goncharuk and other officials attended the solemn ceremony at Kiev's Boryspil airport.
More than 80 soldiers killed in Yemen missile, drone attack
Saturday's strike follows months of relative calm in the war between the Iran-backed Huthis and Yemen's internationally recognised government.
Officers beaten after police disband Hong Kong democracy rally
Trouble flared when police ordered the gathering to disperse from the city's commercial district, with protesters gathering behind shields of umbrellas.
McGregor demolishes Cerrone in 40-second return to UFC octagon
The mixed martial arts superstar from Ireland overpowered his American foe, Donald Cerrone without ever being tested.
Macron rushed from Paris theatre during protest
Riot police were out in force as dozens of people staged a demonstration outside the theatre where Macron and Brigitte were watching 'The Fly'.
Pope praises fishermen who clean up polluted seas
Fishermen from San Benedetto del Tronto in Italy, who voluntarily collect around a tonne of litter a week and then sort it to be recycled where possible, met Francis at the Vatican.
Four dead in Shabaab car bombing near Somali capital
The attack was claimed by the Al-Qaeda-linked Islamist militant group Al-Shabaab, which has stepped up its activities in Somalia and neighbouring Kenya in recent weeks.
Erdogan: Europe will face terror threat if Tripoli govt falls
In the article, published on Saturday on the eve of a Libya peace conference in Berlin, Erdogan said the EU's failure to adequately support the Government of National Accord would be "a betrayal of its own core values.
'Simpsons' actor says he'll no longer voice Apu after controversy
Creators of "The Simpsons" found themselves under fire in late 2017 with the release of a documentary by comedian Hari Kondabolu.
Report: Taliban aim to sign deal with US by end of month
The Taliban and the US had been negotiating the deal for a year and were on the brink of an announcement in September 2019 when President Donald Trump abruptly declared the process 'dead'.
Osaka vows to block out negatives after 'toughest year'
The world number three, who faces Marie Bouzkova of the Czech Republic in her opener in Melbourne, said she was "in a better head space" compared to 12 months ago.
Angolan ex-president dos Santos denies ties to daughter's alleged graft
In a letter to Angola's parliament and constitutional court, Jose Eduardo dos Santos distanced himself from investigations into illicit enrichment during his rule.
South Africa coach Boucher 'concerned' by Rabada ban
Kagiso Rabada pleaded guilty to a level one breach of the International Cricket Council's code of conduct because of the way he celebrated the dismissal of England captain Joe Root during the first day of the third Test at St George's Park on Thursday.
Jean-Paul Gaultier to retire as fashion designer
The flamboyant creator said he would be bowing out Wednesday with a big party to mark his 50 years in the business after his latest collection hits the catwalk.
Eminem album urges gun control, sparks anger over bomb lyric
On the album, one track called 'Darkness' tells the story of a loner going on a shooting spree, while another song, 'Unaccommodating,' has triggered outcry and muddied the veteran singer's call for gun control.
Stokes, Pope hundreds and late wickets put England on top
England declared on 499 for nine and South Africa were struggling on 60 for two when rain brought an early close to a day which the hosts would probably prefer to forget.
India beat Australia to level one-day series
Despite Smith's 102-ball innings with a six and nine fours and Marnus Labuschagne's battling 46, Mohammed Shami came close to a hat-trick as India's pace attack took control and Australia were bowled out for 304 with five balls of the innings left.
Malawi army denies homophobia motive for beating of transgender woman
Malawi Army spokesman Paul Chiphwanya disputed claims that the individual was targeted because of their sexual identity.