PM May tries to sell Brexit deal to ministers
The weakest British leader in a generation, she has to try to get the deal approved by parliament before exiting the bloc on 29 March 2019.
At least 15 killed in Cameroon in clashes between army, separatists
The conflict between Anglophone separatists and government forces has killed more than 400 people in western Cameroon since last year.
Death toll hits 48 in California's worst wildfire disaster
Honea said 100 National Guard troops were being sent in at his request to assist the search for additional human remains left by the so-called Camp Fire.
Rand steady before retail sales data
Analysts polled by Reuters expect September retail sales to have risen by 2.2%, after 2.5% growth in the previous month.
WHO: DRC’s Ebola outbreak to last at least six more months
Children in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo are dying from Ebola at an unprecedented rate.
Trump under pressure from Melania to fire top aide
Melania Trump's spokesperson gave no reason for why the first lady wanted deputy national security adviser Mira Ricardel out.
Real Madrid appoint Solari as coach until 2021
The Argentine has led the team to four wins in four games since taking over as interim manager in place of sacked former Spain coach Julen Lopetegui.
Roger Federer rebounds to keep ATP Finals hopes alive
Another defeat would have made it impossible for the Swiss to reach the semis.
Prince Charles celebrates 70th birthday
To mark his birthday, he will attend a special tea party heralding 70 inspirational people who also turned 70 this year.
Einstein letter fearing German anti-Semitism sells for $32,000
The letter refers to a journey Einstein planned to Japan, suggesting that he penned it while waiting to sail out of the northern port of Kiel.
Final season of 'Game of Thrones' to premiere in April
The video featured footage from previous seasons to recap the costly battles that preceded the coming showdown for control of the fictional kingdom of Westeros.
#RandReport: Rand inches lower on risk aversion, stocks fall
At 1555 GMT the rand was 0.14% weaker at 14.4900 per dollar, a touch softer that its session best of 14.3500 reached in earlier as hopes of a de-escalation in the Sino-US tariff war spurred some buying.
Rival Libya leaders meet for first time since May
Prime Minister Fayez al-Serraj, whose weak but internationally recognised government is based in western Libya, met the commander who rules most of the east Khalifa Haftar.
Spain to propose ban on sale of petrol, diesel cars from 2040
The plan is included in a draft document for a law on climate change which Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez’s government hopes to present to parliament by the end of 2018.
Ethiopia arrests ex-head of army firm as crackdown targets security services
Kinfe Dagnew, a Brigadier General in Ethiopia’s army, was taken into custody close to the border with Sudan and Eritrea, state-run broadcaster EBC said.
Turkish air strikes kill 19 Kurdish militants in northern Iraq
The air strikes targeted several regions in northern Iraq, including the Qandil mountains, a PKK stronghold, Turkey’s Defence Ministry said on Twitter.
Nato chief voices concern about Chinese missiles
Donald Trump warned last month the US could pull out of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces accord, a pillar of Cold War disarmament.
Teams search for bodies in California after wildfire claims 42 lives
The 'camp fire' blaze still raging in northern California has killed at least 42 people. Another 228 have been listed as missing, Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said.