UK to urge Security Council action over Yemen
Britain will use "all its influence to push for such an approach," he added, saying there was "a small but real chance that a cessation of hostilities could alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people."
US sanctions on Iran, 'toughest ever,' take force Monday
Taking effect Monday, the measures are the most concrete result yet of US President Donald Trump's controversial decision in May to abandon the multi-nation nuclear deal with Tehran.
‘Lucky’ Savea survives car crash after falling asleep at wheel
Former All Blacks winger Julian Savea was described as ‘lucky’ after he fell asleep at the wheel and crashed his car, his shocked wife said.
Federer: Serena Williams ‘went too far’ with US Open final rant
Williams received a code violation for coaching, a penalty point for racquet abuse and a game penalty for calling the umpire a ‘liar’ and a ‘thief’ during her defeat by Naomi Osaka.
North Korea slams sex abuse report
North Korea on Sunday slammed a report by Human Rights Watch which said sexual abuse of women was rampant in the isolated nation.
Unseeded Khachanov stuns Djokovic to win Paris Masters
Khachanov became the third different first-time winner of a Masters tournament in 2018 and denied Djokovic a fourth title in a row.
Thunderbolt goal gives Chiefs another crack at Pirates
The biggest crowd-pullers in the republic were paired in a post-match draw and the 24 or 25 November clash offers Chiefs an early chance to avenge a league loss.
Rebels kill at least 7 civilians in eastern DRC - army
Fighters of the ADF staged two raids in the North Kivu region bordering Uganda, Teddy Kataliko, leader of the civilian administration in Beni district, said.
UN: War-torn Yemen ‘living hell’ for children
According to Unicef, 1.8 million Yemeni children under the age of five suffer from acute malnutrition, and the lives of 400,000 severely affected children are under threat.
Death toll from Italy storms surges past 30
Officials have opened an investigation to determine whether houses built near the river met legal safety norms.
Wayne Rooney to make England farewell against USA
Rooney, a record goal scorer for both Manchester United and England, has not played international football for nearly two years.
World leaders to mark WWI in France
Some 70-80 world leaders are preparing to fly to the French capital next weekend for a ceremony marking a century since the guns fell silent.
Springbok Cheslin Kolbe extends Toulouse contract
The 25-year old joined the Top 14 side in 2017 and started their 40-0 league victory over Bordeaux-Begles on Saturday.
Egypt: Police kill 19 jihadist suspects linked to Copt attack
Those killed in the exchange of fire were part of a cell that left dead seven pilgrims in Friday’s attack in Minya province, a statement by the ministry said.
Zimbabwe bowl out Bangladesh for 143 in first Test
Debutant Ariful Haque was the only Bangladesh batsman to offer some resistance, staying unbeaten on 41.
North Korea warns of returning to nuclear policy
Despite a flurry of diplomacy on and around the peninsula, differences are emerging between Seoul and Washington.
E.Guinea expels ruling party members it links to coup bid
The expelled include a former ambassador, two former judges and the former head of security for President Teodoro Obiang Nguema.
15 killed as truck hits 31-car lineup in China
The driver of the heavy duty articulated truck lost control on a downhill stretch of expressway and collided with cars lining up at a toll booth.