Cosby victim asks only for ‘justice’ at sentencing hearing
Bill Cosby was convicted in April of drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand in his Philadelphia-area home in 2004.
Nicaragua issues arrest warrant for opposition leader
The government of President Daniel Ortega has alleged that Maradiaga financed the protests and trained protesters through a think tank he heads, the Institute of Strategic Studies and Public Policies.
Instagram co-founders step down from company: 'New York Times'
They have notified the photo-sharing app’s leadership team and Facebook on Monday about their decision to leave, the newspaper reported, citing people with direct knowledge of the matter.
Venezuela's Maduro accuses Chile, Colombia, Mexico of helping drone attack
The three countries refuted Venezuela’s accusations that they were linked to the attack, which used drones carrying explosives during a military parade, in the latest spat between diplomatically isolated Caracas and Latin America.
Boks have more self-belief after beating All Blacks - De Klerk
The Springboks revived their Rugby Championship campaign with a rare 36-34 win over the All Blacks earlier this month.
Cosby's lawyers, psychologist spar in court over 'predator' label
Cosby, who was found guilty in April, is the first celebrity to face a possible prison sentence since the start of the #MeToo movement.
Apple completes deal to buy Shazam
The announcement comes weeks after the European Union approved the deal.
Iran warns US, Israel of revenge after parade attack
The deputy head of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards also accused the United States and Israel of involvement in the attack.
Britain plans to stick to EU safety rules on aviation
The UK government said in a paper on aviation safety that functions currently performed by the European Aviation Safety Agency would instead be performed by Britain’s aviation regulator.
China says new African swine fever outbreak reported in Inner Mongolia
The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said a slaughterhouse in the city of Hohhot reported the outbreak.
US and China imposed fresh tariffs on each other’s goods
Soon after the new duties went into effect, China accused the US of engaging in ‘trade bullyism’.
Merkel acknowledges mishandling of spymaster dispute
The protracted row over the future of the head of the BfV intelligence agency had threatened to unravel Conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel’s six-month-old government.
Maldives president Yameen concedes election defeat in statement
The country’s Elections Commission said Ibrahim Mohamed Solih won by a margin of 16.7% in Sunday’s vote.
Labour keeps second Brexit referendum on table
But with the leadership intent on any such referendum not allowing a re-run of a 2016 vote to stay or leave the EU, the move could reignite tensions in the party.
Cosby sentencing is new milestone for #MeToo movement
Bill Cosby, once known as 'America’s Dad,' will be sentenced to what could be up to 10 years in prison this week for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman in 2004.
Australia coach Cheika mum on playmaking options for Boks clash
With the Wallabies under fire after slipping to seventh in the world rankings, Michael Cheika said he was ready to play ‘any combination’.
Man arrested with taser at Buckingham Palace visitor entrance - police
Police, who did not say whether the Queen was at the palace at the time, said the arrest was not terror-related.
Woods ends five-year drought with Tour Championship triumph
The victory capped off a season that started with questions over whether Tiger Woods would even be able to play a full schedule.