Malaysia calls for "justice" and citizenship for Rohingya Muslims
Myanmar does not recognise the Rohingya as citizens, instead officially labelling them "Bengalis", short-hand for illegal immigrants from neighbouring Bangladesh.
Trump dismisses sexual assault allegations levelled against him by US writer
According to E. Jean Carroll, the rape occurred in either 1995 or 1996, when Trump was a prominent real estate developer and she was a well-known magazine writer and host of a television show.
Seven dead in Cambodia building collapse
The building went down before sunrise in the casino-resort town Sihanoukville in southwestern Cambodia, a rapidly developing tourist hotspot awash with Chinese investments.
Mauritania votes after low-key campaign on economy and stability
The ballot is the first in the nation's coup-strewn history that looks set to see an elected president complete his mandate.
Malinga's 'basic plan' confounds England in dramatic World Cup clash
Lasith Malinga took four for 43 as Sri Lanka, defending a seemingly modest total of 232-9, beat England by 20 runs to open up the race for a semi-final spot.
Scientists find earliest clues of Parkinson's in brain
Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that causes patients movement and cognitive problems. It is estimated to affect up to 10 million people worldwide.
Indonesian YouTube stars get chance for university place
Through a special admission scheme, the National Development University Veteran Jakarta (UPNVJ), is offering places to YouTubers who have a channel with at least 10,000 subscribers and have created original content that has been viewed more than 100,000 times.
Trump, Saudi crown prince discussed Iranian 'threat' - White House
Donald Trump's call with his close but controversial ally came shortly after he said he was in 'no hurry' to attack Iran -- a rival of Saudi Arabia -- over its downing of a US spy drone.
Zimbabwe deny boycott threat for Cup of Nations opener
According to Zimbabwean media, the national team was threatening to boycott Egypt encounter over a dispute with Zifa officials about daily allowances and bonuses.
672 arrested in global swoop on fake food and drink - Interpol
In Zimbabwe, the authorities seized nearly 14,000 litres of soft drinks containing high levels of the active ingredient in drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction, which could be life-threatening for unsuspecting consumers, it said.
How Africa Cup of Nations works
The 24 qualifiers have been seeded according to the world rankings and divided into six groups of four
Old enemy can show the way for embattled Proteas
On 9 March 2015 at Adelaide Oval, a batting unit featuring Joe Root, Jos Buttler and captain Eoin Morgan was bowled out for 260 by Bangladesh.
Brumbies wary of Sharks as semis loom
The Australian franchise have won eight of their past nine games, including seven in a row at Canberra Stadium.
US approves, then cancels, Iran strikes after drone shot down: report
The US was planning to hit 'a handful of Iranian targets, like radar and missile batteries' Thursday evening but the plan was suddenly aborted in its early stages.
Erdogan supporters mobilise to take back Istanbul
According to columnist Abdulkadir Selvi, close to the government, more than 400,000 AKP supporters did not come to the polls in March.
Oil racks up more gains on US-Iran tensions, Asia markets dip
Fears of a conflict in the crude-rich Middle East ratcheted up Thursday when Tehran said it had shot down a US "spy drone" that was violating its airspace, which Washington denied.
French mother faces 20 years in jail for murdering 5 of her children
Sylvie Horning, 55, was detained in November 2017 on suspicions she murdered the five children between 1990 and 2005.
Migrants in limbo off Italy as world marks Refugee Day
The rescue boat Sea-Watch 3 has been stuck in the Mediterranean since rescuing 53 migrants drifting in an inflatable raft off the coast of Libya on 12 June.