Canada mulls cancelling Saudi arms deal over Yemen, Kashoggi murder
Trudeau had earlier said that it would be "extremely difficult" to withdraw from the contract, signed by the previous conservative administration, "without Canadians paying exorbitant penalties."
Latest embarrassment leaves Mourinho running out of time at Man Utd
Match-going United fans have been reluctant to turn on Mourinho, instead often pointing fingers at executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward's reluctance to back the manager.
Powerful blast at Japan restaurant injures 42
The explosion in Sapporo on Sunday night started fires and caused the partial collapse of some surrounding buildings.
Mali to send reinforcements to Timbuktu
Another 350 police officers, paramilitary gendarmes and soldiers will be deployed, Prime Minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga told reporters in Bamako Saturday on his return from a visit to the area.
Shaqiri strikes twice to beat Man Utd, sends Liverpool top
Sadio Mane had given Liverpool the lead before Jesse Lingard levelled when Alisson dropped a routine cross at the feet of the England international.
Macron govt hopes 'yellow vest' protests running out of steam
Around 66,000 protesters turned out again on Saturday for a fifth round of anti-government demonstrations, which sprung up over fuel tax hikes last month.
Car bomb kills 8 people in Syria's Afrin: monitor
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it was not clear who was behind the blast in the city, which was seized from Kurdish forces earlier this year.
Hazard keeps Chelsea in title hunt at Brighton
The Belgian provided his ninth assist of the season for Pedro Rodriguez to open the scoring and then chalked up his ninth goal of the campaign, but first in 13 games for club and country.
Netanyahu warns Hamas after deadly West Bank attacks
Netanyahu referred to a controversial Gaza ceasefire in November that ended the worst escalation between Israel and Hamas since a 2014 war.
Sri Lanka reinstates ousted PM, begins uneasy truce
Ranil Wickremesinghe, whose shock dismissal in late October threw Sri Lanka into an unprecedented constitutional crisis, was sworn in at a closed-door ceremony in the president's office in Colombo.
Britain's May clashes with Blair over Brexit
May accused Blair of insulting voters and trying to undermine her government with calls for a second referendum to break the political deadlock over the divorce deal she struck with the EU.
Strasbourg attack victims honoured
The ceremony, organised by local rights associations with the approval of the city authorities, included music, singing and several readings.
UN calls for 'credible' probe into Khashoggi murder
The UN chief said he had no information on the case except what had been reported in the media.
6.1-magnitude earthquake rocks Indonesia's Papua
The quake was about 158 kilometres south-southwest of the province's capital Jayapura at 6:42 pm, at a depth of 61 kilometres, according to the US Geological Survey.
Australia battle in Perth to build lead of 175 over India
The hosts led by 43 after both teams' first innings despite a superb Virat Kohli century, but found batting incredibly tough in their second innings.
Fight against Boko Haram tops regional summit agenda
At the November meeting in N’Djamena, leaders had focused on overhauling current strategy in their fight against Boko Haram, Buhari said.
Ethiopia jails soldiers who protested for better pay
The Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation (EBC) reported that the soldiers would be jailed from five to 14 years each.
Egypt or SA will host 2019 Africa Cup of Nations: CAF
They were the only two countries to announce their candidature publicly before the list closed Friday midnight.