Not enough ketchup: US woman attacks McDonald's manager
The incident, which was caught on video, ended after a man accompanying Gallo pulled her away.
Stallone says hanging up his Rocky gloves
In a video he shared on Instagram Wednesday, the 72-year-old actor said he was ready to walk away from playing the iconic character.
Liverpool on the ropes as PSG close in on Champions League knockouts
Juan Bernat and Neymar scored to put PSG in control in the first half in the French capital, before a James Milner penalty on the stroke of half-time ensured this pivotal game remained in the balance until the death.
Trump heads to G20 primed for new conflicts
The weekend summit is confronted with increasingly dire warnings, by the International Monetary Fund among others, of the potential harm faced by the world economy from Trump's trade wars.
Five more women accuse film mogul Besson of sex assaults
The new allegations from students at his Paris film school, an ex-model and former employees bring to nine the number of women who have made complaints about Luc Besson.
93 Rohingya fleeing by boat sent back to Myanmar camps: police
Three vessels carrying fleeing Rohingya have been seized and returned to Rakhine over the past two weeks, as the monsoon season gives way to more favourable sailing conditions.
In eastern DRC, 19 die of Ebola in five days
The outbreak, which began on 1 August, has now killed 241 people, the ministry said in a statement.
Nigeria media unites against 'fake news' and 'a million Trumps'
The CrossCheck Nigeria project aims to get normally competing newsrooms to work together to investigate and disprove erroneous claims, particularly on social media.
No-deal Brexit could cost UK economy 9.3% of GDP over 15 years - govt
A cross-departmental analysis found leaving the EU will leave Britain poorer than it would have been had it remained inside the bloc.
Sri Lanka's top military official in court over mass murder cover-up
Admiral Ravindra Wijegunaratne, dressed in full military regalia, appeared at the Colombo Fort magistrate flanked by supporters and serving navy officers.
Kremlin expects Putin-Trump meeting despite Ukraine crisis
The pair is scheduled to meet at the G20 summit in Argentina at the end of this week.
Riyadh pledges $50m to UN Palestinian refugee agency
The announcement was made at a news conference in the Saudi capital by the director of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, Abdullah al-Rabeea.
Thousands evacuated as Australian bushfires rage
Some 8,000 people were told to leave the town of Gracemere, south of the central coast area of Rockhampton, as a fast-moving blaze threatened homes.
Court: Madagascar's two ex-presidents to contest run-off vote
The run-off comes after neither candidate won the 50% of votes required for a first-round victory on 7 November.
Mon Dieu! Stairs from Eiffel Tower sell for €169,000
More than two dozen wrought-iron steps from the original spiral structure were sold to a Middle East collector for €169,000.
Inside the Facebook controversies
Graphic looking at controversies involving Facebook, plus its share price movements since 2014.
El Chapo's high life: Swiss clinics, mansions and a zoo
At the height of his power as one of the most notorious criminals in the world and most prolific drug traffickers on the planet, Guzman reputedly profited to the max from his ill-gotten gains.
Black people face 'widespread prejudice' in EU: report
The report is based on interviews carried out in 2015 and 2016 with more than 5,800 people in 12 EU countries including France, Germany and the UK.