W African leaders agree billion-dollar anti-jihadist plan
The plan, to be funded from 2020 to 2024, was announced at end of the Economic Community Summit of West African States in Ouagadougou, where the ECOWAS nations were joined by Mauritania and Chad.
Ex-PM Cameron slams Johnson over Brexit
Former British prime minister David Cameron launched a blistering attack on the UK's current leader Boris Johnson in extracts of his memoirs published Sunday, accusing him of only backing Brexit to further his own career.
Israel to decide Netanyahu's fate in election rerun
Final opinion polls released Friday indicate another tight race between Likud and the centrist Blue and White alliance led by ex-military chief Benny Gantz, and a repeat stalemate cannot be ruled out.
Man City stunned by Norwich as Liverpool stretch Premier League lead
Tottenham and Chelsea bounced back to form with comprehensive wins over Crystal Palace and Wolves respectively, while Manchester United held out for a much-needed three points with a 1-0 victory over Leicester.
Kaizer Chiefs stay top despite first league loss
Kaizer Chiefs remained top of the South African Premiership Saturday despite surrendering an unbeaten record as Jabulani Maluleke gave Polokwane City a surprise 1-0 away win in Soweto.
Liverpool stretch Premier League lead, Chelsea, Tottenham hit form
Tammy Abraham's sensational form continued as the English forward scored a hat-trick as Chelsea romped to a 5-2 win at Wolves.
One hurt as blast rocks southern Swedish city
A woman in her twenties, who was passing when the explosion occurred in the centre of the city Lund around 2:30am, was found injured at the scene and taken to hospital.
Neymar in PSG team for first time for four months - club
It remains to be seen what reception the Brazilian, who tried and failed to engineer a move to Barcelona this summer, gets from the Parc des Princes crowd.
Trump confirms death of al-Qaeda heir Hamza bin Laden
US media reported in late July and early August, citing intelligence officials, that the younger Bin Laden had been killed sometime in the last two years in an operation that involved the United States.
'My quest': Priyanka Chopra brings Bollywood to Toronto
Chopra was the first Indian actress to lead a primetime US series with FBI thriller 'Quantico,' and cemented her global celebrity status by marrying pop singer Nick Jonas last December.
Solid gold toilet stolen from English stately home
The fully-functioning piece by Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan, dubbed 'America,' was once displayed at New York's Guggenheim museum and offered on loan to US President Donald Trump.
Spanish PM visits flood-hit areas as death toll rises to six
Since Wednesday, areas here suffered some of the heaviest daily rainfall on record, causing chaos on the roads, cutting public transport and prompting rivers to burst their banks.
DR Congo ex-health minister arrested for 'embezzling Ebola funds' - police
Ilunga, who resigned as health minister in July after being removed as head of the country's Ebola response team, was detained while hiding in an apartment in the capital Kinshasa ahead of a bid to flee the country, officers said.
Mane, Salah combine to maintain Liverpool's perfect start
The European champions have a history of starting slowly in early kick-offs under Jurgen Klopp and only arose from their slumber after the Magpies took a shock lead through Jetro Willems on seven minutes.
Real Madrid hang on for win after Benzema brilliance
While the manner of their victory was not as convincing as coach Zinedine Zidane might have wished, it was a welcome return to winning ways for Real after they had drawn their previous two games.
England extend lead over Australia in fifth Ashes Test
Joe Denly was unbeaten on 37 and Ben Stokes had yet to get off the mark as the home side seek to put themselves in a match-winning position.
England 'spurred' by 2015 World Cup flop, says Farrell
England captain Owen Farrell said Saturday that memories of the team's horror World Cup four years ago will be a driving force as they seek redemption in Japan.
Wallabies coach Cheika reveals threats over Folau stance
The deeply Christian player was sacked by Rugby Australia in May for posting on Instagram that 'hell awaits' gay people and others he considers sinners.